Thursday, July 02, 2015

We won’t pay staff schools workers’ salaries again – FG

Obviously, we are going to have more states that will not be able for pay civil servants like in the case of Osun State because of FG impending hands-off off some state's workers salary.                          
The Federal Government has formally hands off the payment of salaries of teaching and non-academic workers of staff schools in institutions across the country.
The National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission specifically said government should not be responsible for the payment of their salaries because of its overbearing effect on the budget.
Part of the mandate of the commission includes monitoring the wage sector and advising the Federal Government on the fixing and regulation of workers’ salaries and other remuneration as well as the control of personnel costs.
The announcement by the chairman of NSIWC, Chief Richard Egbule, during a press briefing on Wednesday in Abuja came on the heels of threat by the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities to embark on strike if the Federal Government refused to fund the schools which were said to have been established by the institutions.
“I would like to appeal to staff unions not to distract the new government with unnecessary demands. The government has stopped payment of salaries of members of staff in the primary and secondary schools in these tertiary institutions and the decision is final,” he said.



  1. Haba this is not a good news o.

  2. Not a good decision if you ask me.

  3. this iz unfair!how do you want them to survive