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Kashere varsity SSANU, NASU protest salary shortfall

Non-teaching staff at the Federal University, Kashere in Gombe State yesterday shut down activities and demanded the vice chancellor’s resignation over August salary shortfall and unpaid October salary. 

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The strike by the Joint Action Committee (JAC) comprising Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities (SANU) and National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT), paralysed academic and administrative activities at the institution.  

The workers staged a peaceful demonstration at the university premises where they called for the resignation of the vice chancellor. 

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They held placards with captions reading, “Gani Must go, you can’t be a one-man army,” among others. 

The JAC chairman of the three affiliate unions, Comrade Mukhtar Muhammad, said the unions had decided to drop their tools over the management’s failure to pay a shortfall of August salary and the whole of October salary.

On his part, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Alhassan Muhammad Gani, said the non-payment of October salary was as a result of delay by IPPIS, a platform used to pay salary by the office of the Accountant-General of the Federation, but that already officials from the office of the accountant general were working to rectify the problems.

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