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Abuja Teachers Begin Strike Over Alleged None Payment Of 25 Months’ Salary Arrears

The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) in Abuja, the nation’s the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has directed its members in primary schools across the six area councils to proceed on strike from today, September 11.
The Union gave the directives for the strike after an emergency meeting of the State Wing Executive Council (SWEC) held at Teachers’ House in Gwagwalada.
It was learnt that the teachers called for the strike over non-payment of 25 months’ salary arrears and non-implementation of a 40 per cent peculiar allowance by the council chairmen.
A communique issued at the end of the meeting said: “The SWEC in-session resolved to direct all primary school teachers to embark on an infinite strike action from Monday, September 11, 2023.”
The communique, which was jointly signed by the NUT State Chairman, Comrade Stephen Knabayi and Secretary, Margaret F. Jethro, said that the council chairmen had also failed to pay other outstanding allowances.
They said that the allowances include non-implementation of promotion arrears, non-upgrading of concerned teachers, non-implementation of annual increments, non-implementation of promotion letters released for teachers, among others.

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