The Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and the Non- Academic Staff Union (NASU) held their first joint congress since the suspension of their protracted strike in February. This congress was unique-held outside the usual university Auditorium as students were using the hall for examination.

Addressing the congress, the FUOYE chapter chairman of SSANU, Mutiu Ademola, informed union members of development sequel to the suspension of the strike. He said though the management had fulfilled most of the agreements reached, he noted that the issues of promotion and pay slips were still unattended to.

The union leader hinted that they had written several letters to the management without response, but said the management upon getting the hint for the congress had communicated them urging them to exercise a little patience as everything was being done to finalise the process for the promotion exercise.

He decried the long silence of the management which he said was not a healthy communication attitude given the tenuous situation.

Also speaking, the chairman of NASU, Dada Adebayo, corroborated the position of the first, alleging that the headquarter of the Non-Academic Staff Union did not help matters during their period of struggle, an attitude he pledged to challenge when he attends the National Congress to hold in Minna, Niger State very soon.

He informed the congress of the official query that the management had served the executives of the two unions. This did not go down well with the congress.

Members of the congress as against previous gatherings demonstrate disenchantment with the way things were done in the two unions. The open show of dissatisfaction ended the congress in a stalemate, a veritable index of a frayed hem.

Apart from the fact that the congress was held outside its usual venue, the turnout was poor, the lowest since the joint action of the two unions.

While the union leaders were giving their remarks, a correspondence came from the management through the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Prof. R. A. Ajayi, instructing the unions to henceforth seek management’s permission before making use of the institution’s facilities, a decision the union leaders did not find convenient.

Consequent to the general disenchantment at this information, the state chairman of NASU appealed to the congress to cooperate with their officials to enhance their welfare.

 

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