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President Muhammadu Buhari postponed the ‘no work, no compensation’ Commerce Act for putting faculty lecturers to allow concord to rule, Minister of Labor and Employment Dr. Chris Ngige, mentioned on the finish of the week. 

The general public authority has delivered N40billion for the installment of procured scholastic recompenses for varsity instructors and bought remittances for non-scholarly workers. 

Moreover, the general public authority might ship N30 billion revitalisation property to varsities earlier than the present month’s over. 

Of the N40 billion, about N10 billion was determined in favor of the installment of procured stipends of people from the Senior Employees Affiliation of Nigerian Universities (SANU), Non-Tutorial Employees Union (NASU) and technologists. 

Albeit the non-scholastic workers have compromised strike over the sharing equation by the Nationwide Universities Fee (NUC), the general public authority mentioned when a comparative installment was made in 2019, they bought N8 billion. 

The Minister of Labor and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, who gave the replace in an elite discuss with our journalist, mentioned the Federal Authorities has to date saved confidence with the association amongst it and ASUU.

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