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|Salary Structure In Nigeria by 12911: 2:57pm On Aug 22, 2009|
Salary Structure in Nigeria!
Permanent Secretary= N22 million per annum
Federal High Judge= N28 million per annum
Local govt. Chairman= N13.8 million per annum
Local govt. Supervisory Councellor= N12.7 million per Annum
Federal House of Representative member= N35.9million per annum
Senator= N36.9million per annum
And wait for this, University Proffessor= N3.85 million per annum
and with the 103% the Nigerian Government "claim" ASUU is demanding the proffesors salary will still be roughly N7.5 million per annum. How fair is this? why shouldnt they go on strike?
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by pcicero(m): 4:02pm On Aug 22, 2009|
You are obviously quoting ASUU. What of
State House of Assembly members
Federal Board Commissioners
and even those dumb councillors
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 3:27pm On Aug 24, 2009|
Where did you get your figures from?
Your figures are utter rubbish!!!
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by victor08(m): 9:33pm On Aug 27, 2009|
ASUU should ben on strike until the government signs the agreement.YARADUA IS A FAILURE.I THOUGHT AS A FORMER LECTURER HE SOULD KNOW BETTER.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by ngegy: 9:06pm On Sep 14, 2009|
so what are the correct figures?
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 10:45pm On Sep 14, 2009|
Note: blacksta's figures are all wrong, see my comments that follow. Or better still, look at this:
You will see that an average rep makes between N14m - 15m which includes all the monetised allowances.
And average senator makes between N17m-18m which includes all the monetised allowances.
If you monetised the average UK MP's expenses & allowances and add it to their salary, they will be making N62m (£251K) per year.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 11:10pm On Sep 14, 2009|
Professors in the average UK universities can earn between £55K to £75K. In the top universities (Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial, LSE etc) and specialist institutions (School of Pharmacy etc) especially those based in major cities like (London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham) professors earn £65K - £90K.
In other European countries (Holland, Germany, France) these figures are much lower (circa £35K - £45K), so for Nigerian professors to be asking for £30K salary is a bit steep, considering they will also get free accommodation, they do not produce as much quality work and some live in places as cheap as Sokoto, Bauchi, Lokoja etc.
But they have a right since the morons in the legislative arm are being paid so much.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by realwale: 5:54pm On Sep 16, 2009|
Its bn a long time since i posted a reply on dis blog but i am bng forced in order to put things straight to Mr Sagamat.
Sagamat ur figures are very very wrong, i watched abt 3 progs recently on TV and it was confirmed that the salary of Politicians is closed to what d guy posted , even on TVC last saturday it was confirmed.
I hoped u witnessed d wahala dat busted when d UK MPs mismanaged as low as 16POUNDS, can u imagine,
Punch published dat Niger politicians are amongst d highest paid in d world. With facts and figures.
For ur info, i have someone dat lectures in Canada, they earn more than u claim, not counting the research grants and respect accorded them in the society.
The truth is the FG has failed us and i never expected anything good from Yar-Adua, who says he was a lecturer; on what. a lecturer in a hausa poly is no beta than a secondary school teacher in the west here. I did my NYSC there so i know.
Most politicians are drop-outs and are living large apart from the stolen loot.
Its just unfair my pple. I weep for the educational system of this country. Some pple believe its a calculated attempt to render the public universities useless like they did to the primary and post-primary institutions. Most of are big men own private universities and most of their wards school abroad.
Sagamat pls think about it.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by ngegy: 6:20pm On Sep 16, 2009|
well, i know this for sure, if you are a ph.d student in a swiss university you will earn a minimum stipend of 50k CHF equivalent to about 30K GBP and N7.5m per annum. And that's a STUDENT.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 9:50pm On Sep 16, 2009|
Chairman, you are right on this.
The Swiss professors are the highest paid in Europe. They earn close to double what the German and French Professors earn.
They earn even as much as the US Professors.
But the other professors in Europe earn very low in comparison to UK and Swiss Profs.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 10:18pm On Sep 16, 2009|
Oga, I hope you know Nigerian journalist are useless morons? Ill-educated waste?
I am telling you with all certainty that the journalist are either lying or did a poor, illiterate report as usual OR the figures have changed since 2007 which is what I am quoting.
I am very aware that RMAFC cut the pay and allowance of the Legislators in 2009.
The average UK MPs claim on £185K in expenses every year and each earns £66+K pounds as salary. So if our total (Salary + Allowances) for a Senator is about £70K, we have saved a bit.
And lest we forget, this argument might annoy some people but it is the reality on the ground, our politicians have to spend millions of their own money to get elected. So I think that is why the RMAFC might have gone slightly overboard with expenses as compensation and to limit the incentive or justification to steal. I think the ideal overall salary and expenses should have been around £50-55K.
Oga, I am not the type to make assertions I can't back up. It is one trait you will never ever evident in me.
Shows a french professor salary of $55K (£34K)
Shows salary of German Professor between $41K (£34K) to $56K (£48K). There is a chance for performance bonus but I doubt it would beat 5-10% on average.
The research grant never go into their pocket, so you can not even count that as salary. What the UK ones do is they consult outside of uni and seat on boards where they earn £20K plus as fees as board member.
Most useless government in Nigerian history.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by Dave6: 11:28pm On Sep 16, 2009|
The strike is a just cause
Besides in Nigeria, we're not even sure these strikes would bring any change for the better
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 6:22pm On Sep 18, 2009|
University Professors in India (that are better than Nigerian professors) earn between N1.1m - 1.7m.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by ngegy: 7:43pm On Sep 18, 2009|
Would you do your ph.d so you can lecture at a Nigerian University based on current working conditions? This is actually an opinion i'm seeking.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by Sagamite(m): 8:40pm On Sep 18, 2009|
One thing is salary, conditions is another separate thing.
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by ngegy: 9:11pm On Sep 18, 2009|
|Re: Salary Structure In Nigeria by equityay(m): 9:56pm On Sep 14, 2013|
Pls am an HND holder working in one of the federal university. My salary is about 80k per month. I want to apply 4 immigration work with my HND, how much is d salary of HND in immigration pls. Dis will guide me to decide
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