The academic and non-academic staff unions of the Polytechnic Ibadan have suspended their ongoing industrial action for 21 days over the amputated salary structure used for the payment of their January 2021 salary.
The chairman, Non-Academic Staff Union, NASU, Polytechnic, Ibadan branch, Comrade Ibrahim Adekunle, explained in a chat with Noble FM's correspondent, Micheal Oladejo, that the suspension of the strike was a sequel to the decision of a congress held by the institution unions this Thursday.
He stressed that 21 days ultimatum was given to the Oyo state government and the committee set up by the polytechnic, Ibadan governing council to fix errors recorded in the new salary structure just initiated by the state government.
It would be recalled that government workers at the Polytechnic, Ibadan declared an indefinite strike on 11th January, 2021 after a motion was moved and seconded during a congress of the unions.
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