FG to decide VCs’ extension request on IPPIS enrollment today

By FACTNEWS on 09/12/2019

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The Federal Government will on Monday (today) decide on the request by vice chancellors of some federal universities to extend the enrollment of lecturers on the Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System.

The IPPIS enrollment, which commenced on November 25, came to an end on December 7.

Figures obtained from the IPPIS office on Friday showed that about 39,160 university lecturers in 27 universities had been enrolled into the payroll platform.

Investigation on Sunday in Abuja indicated that over 45,000 lecturers might have been enrolled as of Saturday.

A source in the Accountant-General’s office said the IPPIS programme coordinator would on Monday present a report to the Accountant-General of the Federation, Mr Ahmed Idris, on the number of those enrolled into the platform.

The official, who pleaded not to be named as he was not officially permitted to speak on the matter, said the meeting would deliberate on the request made by some vice chancellors for extension in view of the enrolment gaps that existed during the implementation of the initiative.

He said while the exercise commenced on schedule in some universities, there were delays in its implementation in other areas due to logistics.

The official said, “By tomorrow, we will know what the next step will be. Today is Sunday and we are not at work.

“The Accountant-General will be briefed tomorrow on what we have done and he will decide what the next steps would be, based on what we will present to him.

“ASUU is just giving us distraction; there is no cause for alarm. We have made significant progress in this exercise.”

 

 

Posted on December, 9 2019

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