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Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by khingTony(m): 5:38pm On Nov 21
The Federal Government has debunked the report that the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has been exempted from the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System, IPPIS, platform.

Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige told Sunday Vanguard that government was quoted out of context on the matter, saying, there was no meeting it was agreed that ASUU would be exempted from the IPPIS payment platform.

The Minister explained that at the meeting with the leadership of the university teachers, government agreed that ASUU members that were yet to enroll on IPPIS will be paid through the platform with which they were paid the President Muhammadu Buhari’s compassionate COVID-19 payment in the months of February and June.

He further said that the platform was a hybrid platform between IPPIS and the Government Integrated Financial Management and Information System, GIFMIS platform which is for the transition period, adding that no government payment will be done without IPPIS knowing.

He said that IPPIS and GIFMIS would be used in paying the university teachers for the transition period, while the University Transparency and Accountability Solution, UTAS continues to undergo all the integrity test and cyber security test for confirmation for use

Reacting to the purported exemption given to ASUU on IPPIS, the Minister said, “The situation is that you need to get our communique to ASUU, I think it is better because a lot of people are quoting us out of context saying that we abandoned the IPPIS and that we said they should not be on IPPIS, it is not true.

“What we said in the meeting and what we agreed was that in the interim for the transition period that UTAS is being tested by NITDA and the Office of National Security Adviser for cyber security.

“For those transition period, ASUU members that are not yet on IPPIS will be paid through the platform with which they were paid the President compassionate COVID-19 payment done to them between the months of February and June.

“That platform is a hybrid platform between IPPIS and MINPSI platform for the transition period, that is what was used, it’s a hybrid. This is because no government payment will be done without IPPIS knowing.

“So there is a handshake between IPPIS and MINSI platform and that was what was used in paying them for that period and so we are going to continue with that until UTAS undergoes all the integrity test and cyber security test and it is confirmed for use.”

Also commenting on the new offer to ASUU, Ngige said, “The offer made is clear. You can understand it this way. Prior to meeting of yesterday, Government brought an aggregate offer of N50 billion to ASUU. N20 billion for revitalisation to show good faith that government is still with them on the issue of funding for revitalisation and pending the affirmation of the new sources of funding public education.

“There is a committee on that and the committee is working on sourcing new education funds, it is a NEEDS (Needs Assessment) committee. So pending that NEEDS committee effecting a new funding source and strategy, government offered them N20 billion for revitalisation apart from the funds that are coming from TETFUNDS that is also used for revitalisation, they refused the N20 billion and said that they want N110 billion.

“And that N110 billion is 50 percent of a tranche of N220 billion government said they don’t have that kind of money and then increased that N20 billion by N5 billion to become N25 billion and if it becomes N25 billion, the Earned Allowances will be raised to N40 billion immediate payment making for a total of N65 billion for revitalisation and Earned Allowances in the universities.

“Government then said alternatively, ASUU can opt for the revitalisation to move up to N30 billion, while the Earned Allowances for all the unions in the universities will drop from N40 billion to N35 billion, that is the second basket offered them, either of the two. Either you choose N25 billion revitalisation plus N40 billion Earned Allowances or revitalisation of N30 billion and N35 billion Earned Allowances. ”

Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/11/strike-we-havent-exempted-ASUU-from-ippis-fg/

Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Honduras01: 5:44pm On Nov 21
undecided wahala for ASUU and FG for this 2020

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Moferere: 5:48pm On Nov 21
University students should go and farm.

This strike go enter March 2021

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by slawormiir: 6:03pm On Nov 21
Damnnn niggarrrr
Isoright.....
We know the story

Las last ehnn
Them go tell ASUU say UTAS platform which ASUU want make government take dey pay them fail integrity test and cyber security test

Nigerian Government get better tools and formats to scam people

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Yenefer(f): 6:03pm On Nov 21
Good. ASUU are just corrupt union after there own pocket and interest. If not Buhari is soft on citizens and converted democrat. i would have recommend he starts using gestapo style on ASUU leadership.

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by fastseo: 6:03pm On Nov 21
Academic activities won't resume this year.
ASUU should please shouldn't have anything to fear if their hands are clean as regard this IPPIS.

I could remember back then in school my project supervisor teaches in a private university and also a state university and hardly have time for me. Many lecturers are into stuff like this holding 3 to 4 jobs in both federal and state universities and also private and hardly have time for students rather they delegate their work to students to handle

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Dexpro: 6:03pm On Nov 21
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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by DragonFire442: 6:03pm On Nov 21
Nothing good should be expected from this corrupt confused government .

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Ajibel(m): 6:03pm On Nov 21
I sha know say we no go resume this year

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by flemsy15(m): 6:04pm On Nov 21
Since March these people are still negotiating this nonsense while students are still at home with no resumption date at sight. Nawa for this country self.
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by NaijaOlosho(f): 6:04pm On Nov 21
grin
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by NOwazobia: 6:04pm On Nov 21
Strike continua... ASUU should not give up. In a dictatorship government sacrifices must be made.

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by tonysunkan(m): 6:05pm On Nov 21
Really?

Why is there so much confusion?

How long will it take to resolve this imbroglio?

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by rowland545(m): 6:05pm On Nov 21
This country nah d bicycle way day for wahala....assu and federal they r all after one thing....

Which is there selfish gain....wat have they been able to do with all the money they have been collecting ...they claim its to improve the education infrastructure...


But let's ask ourselves... How many research work has these selfish proffesors been able to complete...


I don't want to talk about the federal govt...we know that one finish...

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by inoki247: 6:05pm On Nov 21
He be like say Federal Govt wan Scam ASUU with therr format again I talk am say Federal Govt get scam format for hand pass Yahoo boys.....

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by ILoveDemMANNA: 6:05pm On Nov 21
He said that IPPIS and GIFMIS would be used in paying the university teachers for the transition period, while the University Transparency and Accountability Solution, UTAS continues to undergo all the integrity test and cyber security test for confirmation for use
What exactly is the problem of some of these lecturers?

Also commenting on the new offer to ASUU, Ngige said, “The offer made is clear. You can understand it this way. Prior to meeting of yesterday, Government brought an aggregate offer of N50 billion to ASUU. N20 billion for revitalisation to show good faith that government is still with them on the issue of funding for revitalisation and pending the affirmation of the new sources of funding public education.
Shame on ASUU.
Dem no want make we resume this year anymore.
Nawa o

obstead200:
ASUU is very corrupt. The reason they always succeed in bamboozling the FG and getting away with it is because the FG negotiators and decision makers is made up of a bunch of daft, incompetent and self-serving bastards who do not possess the intellect nor the wits to match the corrupt cunning of ASUU members.
So true

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by ekestic1976: 6:05pm On Nov 21
“No punishment, in my opinion, is too great, for the man who can build his greatness upon his country's ruin”

― George Washington

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by KossyKiss97(f): 6:05pm On Nov 21
Hian...Let this strike continue till next year mbok abeg

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Digableplanets6(m): 6:05pm On Nov 21
Make we resume next year abeg,this year don comot for my mind cool

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by KINGJAJA888(m): 6:05pm On Nov 21
Wahala for who never learn handwork cheesy grin

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Tboysalau(m): 6:05pm On Nov 21
uhmmmm
9ja which way my people

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by BankyGee(m): 6:06pm On Nov 21
Haba! Which kind USELESS country I land so?? Na una confusion go kill! Animals!

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by umarud: 6:06pm On Nov 21
shocked
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Xano(m): 6:06pm On Nov 21
Interesting.

Well, strike continues, probably till next year (from February 2021).

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by ofiko123(m): 6:06pm On Nov 21
ASUU is mad..
FG is mad..
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by pTomz(m): 6:07pm On Nov 21
I already moved on with my life

All of you in those meetings are MAD

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Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Adewale1603(m): 6:08pm On Nov 21
we shall see how it finally ends.
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by TONY042(m): 6:08pm On Nov 21
Trouble dey sleep .... yanga wan wake am
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by Unboxer(m): 6:08pm On Nov 21
Nawa o
Re: Strike: We Haven’t Exempted ASUU From IPPIS – FG by NofiuFade(m): 6:08pm On Nov 21
Oh the extra 15bnaira added na audio grin

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