Mr. Solo Anuli Obiagwu
According to Vanguard, Obiagwu, who claimed he was being owed for 11 months by the university, said teachers in the staff school have been subjected to serious emotional trauma so he protested “victimisation of secondary school teachers at the University of Abuja Secondary School.”
Also on the list of reasons are “impunity and insensitivity, emotional stabbing of teachers and students, silencing of unions and attempt by UniAbuja management to cripple me—11 months without salary.”
The teacher, who sat in a bush within the duration of the exercise, refused to talk to anybody as he placed a board by his side, listing reasons for his action.
According to him, the hunger strike, 6a.m. to 4p.m. daily, began on November 13 and ended November 17.
Recall that the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU, had dragged the Federal Government to the National Industrial Court, NIC, for directing Vice Chancellors of universities to delete names of teachers in staff schools from the payroll, contrary to the 2009 agreement government entered into with the union.
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