SSANIP embark on a 14-day warning strike

SSANIP embark on a 14 day warning strike

The Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Polytechnics (SSANIP) on Monday, embarked on a 14-day warning strike starting from January 4, to drive home their demands.

The association said it embarked on the industrial action due to the constant neglect of the association’s demands by the Federal and state governments, in spite of several efforts made to avoid it.

The directive to embark on the strike was contained in a release signed by the Acting National Secretary of the association, Emmanuel Enyiegor, on Monday in Calabar.

The association also expressed displeasure with the state governments of Benue, Cross River, Abia, Ondo, Ogun, Osun, and Kano for non-payment of correct outstanding salaries to staff of Polytechnics and Colleges of Health.

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