ASUU UI Chapter called off one week warning strke which started last week Wednesday base on demands on issues of illegal pension deductions, fractional salary payments and non-payment of supervision allowance.
The chairman, Dr Deji Omole said the next step was decided in the Congress that took place yesterday.
However, on Thursday, April 13, 2017, the Chairman had disclosed that the Union, after her congress, has decided to suspend the warning strike, even though the demands of the Union have not been met.
“We have suspended our strike since yesterday after a Congress,” Although, lecturers in the institution might embark on “a full-blown strike soon especially as issues that led to the strike are still lingering.”
He added that the union will submit the Congress resolution to the National body today and will lay emphases on the issue that led to the warning which still lingers then when that get a feed back, they might go on a total strike.
It should be remembered that the national body of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has announced that it could embark on a strike again in July over the non-payment of N128 billion arrears of allowances by the Federal government.