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Court Stops NASU, SSANU From Embarking On Strike

A National Industrial Court at Ibadan Judicial Division has held that NASU and SSANU of Obafemi Awolowo University branch has no evidence to support strike agitation.

The Presiding Judge, Ibadan Judicial Division of the National Industrial Court, Hon. Justice Dele Peters has declared that members of NASU and SSANU of Obafemi Awolowo University are not entitled to the payment of 2 steps, 22% salary differential contained in the “NASU Catalogue of demands” dated 16 April 2012 and no stipulation of a 15% salary increase on Harmonized Teaching Salary Scale.

The Court held that no evidence that the Basic Salary being paid to the members of the Unions differ from other comparable Federal Universities.

It further maintained that such a claim certainly must be supported by a Government circular or at least some correspondences.

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