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Non-academic staff unions of Nigerian universities ends strike

The Non-academic staff unions of Nigerian universities comprising
National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT), Non–Academic
Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU), and
Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) on Yesterday
suspended its 5-day warning strike.

The suspension of the strike was announced by the Joint Action Committee
(JAC) of the unions in a communiqué jointly signed by Mr Sani Suleiman,
President (NAAT), Mr Solomon Alfa, Vice-President (SSANU), Mr Peters
Adeyemi, General Secretary (NASU), Dr Jamila Suara, Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Education and Permanent Secretary in Labour and Employment
Ministry, Mr Clement Illoh and read out to newsmen by the Deputy General
Secretary of SSANU, Mr Festus Ajayi, at the end of the meeting with the
Federal Government.

Ajayi urged the Federal Government to ensure that they do not renege on
the 2009 agreement as reaffirmed in the just concluded meeting.

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Illoh, who represented the Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige, commended the unions for their understanding.

it will be recalled that the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of the unions
declared a five – day warning strike effective from Jan. 16.

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