IMSU Lecturers Continue Strike, as State Gov. Fails To Settle The Issue Of Unpaid Salaries

Filed in Education News | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On May 18, 2015

Following the result of the meeting recently conducted over unpaid salaries,The industrial action embarked upon by
lecturers of Imo State University (IMSU), is
set to continue as the state government
fails to settle issues of unpaid salaries.

IMSU Strike

The position of the lecturers was made
known by the Media Director, Academic
Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), IMSU
Chapter, Prof. Valene Obinna, who said that
the strike action is to protest the non
payment of March and April salaries of its
members.

He stated that the strike was not political
and had nothing to do with the just
concluded governorship elections.

Obinna said the union has been agitating
for other unresolved issues.

In his reaction, the IMSU Public Relations
Officer, Mr Raphael Njokuobi, who wants
the lecturers to suspend the strike, said the
issue of unpaid salaries was not peculiar to
the state.


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