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NASU strike: UNIOSUN to invoke “No Work, No Pay” rule

 As the ongoing strike by Non Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU) continued, the Vice Chancellor of Osun State University, Osogbo Professor Labode Popoola has threatened…

 As the ongoing strike by Non Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU) continued, the Vice Chancellor of Osun State University, Osogbo Professor Labode Popoola has threatened that the management of the institution will invoke the "No  Work, No Pay" rule on UNIOSUN staff that joined the strike.


Addressing a press conference in Osogbo, the VC said the ongoing strike action by the non-teaching staff unions including Non Academic Staff Union of Universities NASU, Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities, SSANU and NAAT, Osun State University chapters was unnecessary.


The Vice Chancellor who said the University authorities have resolved to adopt the ‘no work no pay’ rule on adamant workers said attendance register has already been opened for workers to ensure that workers to go back to work.
 
Prof Popoola called on eminent citizens of the state, parents and guardians, students and well wishers to help prevail on the workers to return to work and give the University peace to move on in the interest of the students and service to humanity.
 
The Vice chancellor expressed surprise that the workers are not appreciative of receiving their full salaries while some categories of workers in the service of the same state government are earning modulated salaries as a result of meager resources at the disposal of government.
 
He lamented the insensitivity of workers to the plight of students who according to him will bear the burnt of the action.

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