The Chairman, Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU) FUOYE Chapter, Engr. Dada Adebayo, has promised members of the union that the monthly dues deducted from their salaries would be looked into and corrected to be in uniformity with other neighbouring universities. This came on the heels of a general outcry from members of staff over the

recent deductions NASU made from their salary last month.

While answering questions from aggrieved members of staff during the Second Congress of the Union held on May 12, 2015, Engr. Adebayo explained that the deduction on consolidated salary as against basic salary arose after due consultations which the executive had with some other universities. The deductions he said were not unilateral but based on information derived from those consultations.

He also reiterated that the union in FUOYE was nascent and not inherited, and so implored members to give them the encouragement and support needed for the achievement of the union's goals. He furthermore implored members to always respond promptly to the congress' calls as it was the only avenue for members to voice their views on staff welfare and other matters pertaining to the union. He told them that the national body had also pledged their unflinching support to the local chapter, which was premised on the financial participation of the chapter.