Varsity students live in fear as FG, ASUU IPPIS battle deepens

    As the Federal Government and members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) head for a showdown over the long-dragged Integrated Personnel and Payroll System (IPPIS), undergraduates across the country have called on the warring parties to sheath their sword.

    The recent development was triggered by a recent circular issued by the office of the Accountant General of the Federation, threatening to stop salaries of lecturers who do not enroll in the scheme by the end of this January.

    But ASUU, on its part, vowed to begin action by activating its “no pay, no work policy.”This development has brought panic into the university education system, as students are worried of what would be their fate, should both parties embark on the supremacy battle.

    READ MORE;https://guardian.ng/features/education/varsity-students-live-in-fear-as-fg-asuu-ippis-battle-deepens/

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