ASUU-UNILAG Authorizes 240 Lessons for IPPIS Registration (Complete List)
The University Academic Staff Union (ASUU), a branch of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), has sanctioned 240 members for registering with the federal government’s Integrated Personnel and Wage Information System (IPPIS) initiative, which the union opposed.
The resolution, adopted at the ASUU-UNILAG Congress held on December 29, 2020, was signed by Dele Ashiru, President of the University Trade Union, and Olusegun Samuel, its Secretary.
The university’s union chief said ASUU members can no longer trust authorized faculty to fill any positions at the institution.
The union added that even those who have been sanctioned will no longer enjoy the support and votes of their members where needed in the future.
“As a result of their actions and the consequences described above, the ASUU-UNILAG Congress held on December 29, 2020 unanimously decided that these core ASUU-UNILAG members cannot be trusted to promote, protect and defend the interest of ASUU-UNILAG members in any position at the university.” , – the resolution says.
“So no position of responsibility that requires the votes of our members now and in the future cannot be trusted.
“As decided by Congress, the members listed below will not enjoy the support and votes of ASUU-UNILAG members in any election they stand in now or in the future.”
ASUU and the federal government were in conflict over the use of IPPIS.
The union rejected the initiative on the grounds that it violates the autonomy of the university and does not take into account the salaries of employees for the year, external examiners, external evaluators and earned academic grants (EAA).
Instead, ASUU offered the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) for payment.
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