Monday, December 28, 2015

See The Real Reason FG Stopped Funding Of FUTA Primary Schools Staff Salaries

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The authorities of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State weekend explained the rationale behind the sack of 45 teachers of its Primary school. Staff of the University last week protested over the sack of the teachers and asked the government to reverse it.
This was contained in a statement  signed by the institution spokesman, Adegbenro Adebanjo, in Akure weekend entitled “FUTA Position on the Primary school: setting the records straight .
It reads “Following the directive of the Federal Government to the effect that it will no longer be responsible for the funding of staff salaries of Primary Schools affiliated to its institutions/Agencies, the Management of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA recently took steps to ensure the sustenance of its primary school under the new dispensation.
“This step has largely been misconstrued due to deliberate misinformation and distortion of facts by some individuals with ill motive.
“It is has therefore become necessary to set the records straight and put the issues in the right perspective so that the distortion of facts being peddled by certain individuals do not mislead members of the public.[Read More Here]
The staffs under the auspices of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities said the affected staffs had already received their letter of dismissal and vowed to resist the development.
Speaking the chairman of the association in FUTA, Mr Benedict Chukwudi also disclosed that members of SSANU nationwide would begin an indefinite strike if the federal government failed to withdraw its circulars that sacked its over 2000 members.
Chukwudi said the government was wrong by the sack despite the fact that a case filed in the court to challenge the action was still pending.
He also accused the management of FUTA of spear-heading the battle, saying: “It is only FUTA among all the federal institutions that have issued sacked letters to its affected workers.”

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