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Groups commend Kwara Governor for offsetting salary arrears

Date: 2017-06-09

 

The Committee of Unions in Tertiary Institutions (CUTI) has commended Kwara State Governor, Abdulfatah Ahmed, for offsetting salary arrears of tertiary institutions in the state.

The union gave the commendation in a statement signed by its Chairman, Abdulkareem Amuda, on Thursday in Ilorin.

Amuda gave the commendation on behalf of CUTI, comprises College of Education Academic Staff Union (COEASU), College of Education Islamic Legal Studies Academic Staff Union (COLASU), Senior Staff Union (NASU) Kwara State Colleges of Education, Ilorin, Oro, Lafiagi, among others.

"On behalf of our unions, I express our gratitude for the payment of outstanding salary arrears owed all the above mentioned tertiary institutions," Amuda said.

He said that the payment was a pointer toward the commitment of the state government to improve the education sector.

The CUTI chairman said that the union would continue to motivate its members to discharge their duties diligently.

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