ASUP (The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic) threatened to embark on a strike from April 6.

ASUP said the strike was aimed at ensuring “unresolved issues with the Federal Government and some states.

The body issued the warning in a communique at the end of its 99th National Executive Council meeting on Friday, in Katsina State, NAN reports.

In the communique, signed by its President, Anderson Ezeibe, ASUP said the decision was to draw the government’s attention to the need to release the 10 months arrears of the new minimum wage, owed its members in federal polytechnics.

The association also demanded that state governments pay up arrears of the new minimum wage owed state polytechnic lecturers.

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