University staffs Not Enrolled On IPPIS
FG Officially Speaks on University staffs Not Enrolled On IPPIS

Federal Government of Nigeria has Officially on Saturday revealed date of commencement on University staffs Not Enrolled On IPPIS.

The disagreement between President Muhammadu Buhari-led government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities, seems not to be ending anytime soon.

The Federal Government on Saturday directed that salaries of any University worker who is not enrolled on the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System (IPPIS), be starting with effect from November 2020.

President Buhari had earlier stated during the 2021 budget presentation that lecturers not enrolled under IPPIS will not be paid.

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A new directive contained in a memo from the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation (AGF) with reference number OAGF/IPPIS/446/1/159 and dated October 8, 2020 has now enforced the threat.

It was signed by the Director, IPPIS, Nsikak Ben, for the AGF.

The memo was issued to all university Vice-Chancellors through the Committee of Vice-Chancellors of Nigeria, Federal Universities.

“I am directed to inform you that any staff of your institution who has not enrolled on the IPPIS, either as a result of study leave (with pay), maternity leave or on medical ground, will no longer appear on the IPPIS payroll.”

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“This is with effect from November 2020, except such staff presents himself/herself for the biometric data capture at the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation, Abuja,” the memo read in part.

Such employees would have to appear with an introductory letter/IPPIS enrollment forms duly endorsed by the principal authorities of the institution and evidence of six months’ salary, according to bank statements.


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