ASUU Accuse FG of Blackmailing University Workers Into Enrolling On IPPIS

The Academic Staff Union of Universities has reacted to the directives by the Federal Government to stop the salaries of university employees, who have not enrolled on the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System (IPPS).

The Chairman of the University of Port Harcourt Branch of ASUU , Dr Austen Sado described the directives as blackmail aimed at weakening workers and make them enroll on the platform .

Dr Austen Sado, who spoke on Sunday, explained that though some of his colleagues had not been paid salaries since February, the union would not be cowed into enrolling on IPPIS .

He disclosed that people who have not enrolled are not being paid, some people are being owed for three to four months, some for eight months, while a few of the people that registered with IPPIS are being paid, but when they are paid, they don’t get the full complement of their salaries.

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