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Abuja teachers start strike for unpaid assignments

Nearby Education Authority (LEA) educators in Kuje Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have left on a three-day cautioning strike over unpaid advancement overdue debts and remittances.

News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that a portion of the elementary schools visited in Kuje were safely bolted up with no understudy seen on the premises.

Mr. Mohammed Ahmed, Chairman, Kuje Area Council Chapter of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), said that the strike was called to press for the earnest installment of advancement back payments and repayments.

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Ahmed said that the association started the strike on Wednesday after a few endeavors to get the gathering organization to pay the unpaid debts and remittances fizzled.

“We have endeavored a few endeavors, and an understanding was come to with the zoning board on Jan. 8 for the installment of the advancement of unpaid debts.

“Amid the consenting to of the arrangement, the board swore that it would not default, however at this point the turn around is the situation, and we have no alternative than to require the strike,” he said.

The executive said that exchanges with pertinent partners to end the strike had started.

He, notwithstanding, said that a gathering hung on Wednesday finished in halt.

Mr. Bulus Danladi, the Secretary, Kuje Area Council LEA, said that means were being taken to determine the issues in question to recover the instructors to the homerooms.

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