Freedoms dissident, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN), has encouraged the National Government to quit inciting individuals from the Scholastic Staff Association of Colleges (ASUU) in a disagreement regarding compensation.
Falana expressed this while talking on Stations TV’s Legislative issues Today, on Tuesday.
As indicated by him, the instructors ought to be paid their full pay rates for the months they were protesting.
Review that ASUU individuals were protesting between February and October this year, devastating scholarly exercises in state-funded colleges across Nigeria.
ASUU canceled their eight-month strike on Oct. 14 after the Public Modern Court (NIC) requested the speakers to continue.
In any case, the Central Government paid half-compensations for Oct., irritated ASUU individuals.
The National Government had made sense of that the speakers were paid given the days they worked in the expressed month.
Yet, talking on the turn of events, Falana, an insight to ASUU, said on Tuesday, “The regulation of ‘no work, no compensation is irrelevant to ASUU individuals.
“We are asking all Nigerians who mounted strain on ASUU to cancel the strike . . . we all must influence the public authority to quit inciting the teachers.”