The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) in the Federal University of Technology, (FUT) Minna on Tuesday organized a peaceful rally against the IPPIS enrolment warning the IPPIS officials not to enrol their members.

The rally which included the ASUU Chairman, Dr. Mohammed Attaihiru Ndanisa and some members of FUT Minna ASUU was peacefully conducted as they walked around the school singing solidarity songs and declaring that IPPIS is a scam.

The members then went to the Senate Boardroom where the enrolment was taking place to meet the IPPIS officials.

They met some non-academic staff doing their enrolment and went round to confirm that none of their staff was present.

The FUT Minna ASUU Chairman, Dr. Mohammed Attaihiru Ndanisa who addressed the IPPIS officials said that they must not register any of their members as there will be consequences if they are registered.

He said that ASUU is totally against the IPPIS enrolment stating that they will not take it likely with any member that dare flaunt the order not to register.

Ndanisa further told the non-academic staff that they had no problem with them enrolling for the system urging them to continue with the enrolment.

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