On the 8th April 2022, the leadership of the Joint Action Committee of SSANU AND NASU met in respect with the ongoing warning strike.The outcome of the meeting was released in an open which reads as follows;
“The National leadership of the JAC of NASU and SSANU held its meeting today. Friday 8th April, 2022, to appraise the ongoing warning strike embarked upon by members of our great unions and also used the opportunity to commend the high level of compliance of our branches with the ongoing warning strike.
The meeting observed that the Federal Government has not deemed it fit to invite the JAC of NASU & SSANU to a meeting since the struggle started and also took note of the media statement credited to the representative of the Government, Dr. Chris Ngige.Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment on the application of ‘No Work, No Pay policy to our members.
The meeting therefore resolved that the issues in contention are not new and that JAC as followed due process and fulfilled all necessary conditions precedent before
commencing the strike.
In view of this, all branches of NASU & SSANU are hereby directed to hold congresses on Monday, 11th April, 2022 and take resolutions on the ongoing strike. The outcome of the resolutions should be forwarded to your respective union Headquarters immediately for collation.
Deriving from the failure of the Federal Government to act positively on the ongoing warning strike, JAC hereby directs members to continue with the warning strike for another two weeks, hoping that within the period the Government will be in a position to address these issues. However, if the present situation persists, the members of NASU and SSANU will be adequately Informed about the next line of action before the expiration of the additional two weeks.”