No State Or Federal University Lecturers Receive What Our Lecturers Earn ― Delta Govt

No State Or Federal University Lecturers Receive What Our Lecturers Earn ― Delta Govt                                                                                

The Delta Government has said that the allegation that it was expanding the state with universities and at the same time refused to pay salaries was false. Information Guide Nigeria

Conversing with journalists at Delta state’s Executive Council meeting in Asaba, Professor Patrick Muoboghare, the Commissioner for Higher Education stated that the state did not owe its workers salaries and that “no state or federal university earns what our lecturers earn in our universities”.

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Muoboghare was reacting to claims by the Chairman of the University of Lagos branch of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Channels Television on Tuesday, that the state was unable to pay its lecturers and yet set up three universities, insisting that the statement was false. NIGERIAN TRIBUNE reports.

“Some of the reasons why ASUU goes on strike do not exist in DELSU and no federal university pays as much as DELSU”. jamb results

“Upon retirement, our lecturers are placed on pension immediately and this can be verified”.

“People are free to have opinions but facts must be sacred”.

He added that the Nigerian Universities Commission had approved the commencement of academic programmes in some faculties in the three new universities in the state for the 2021/2022 academic session.

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