NANS lauds FG for exempting tertiary institutions from IPPIS

 NANS lauds FG for exempting tertiary institutions from IPPIS

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) in a statement on Wednesday lauded the Federal Government of Nigeria for exempting universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, and other tertiary institutions from the Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System (IPPIS).

In a state signed by NANS Senate President, Akinteye Babatunde, NANS said that the exemption serves as a significant relief for our universities and tertiary institutions.

It said that the decision addresses the persistent concerns raised by academic authorities and underscores President Bola Tinubu’s commitment to fostering a conducive environment for learning and academic excellence.

The statement reads, “We commend the government’s understanding of the intricacies involved and its willingness to engage in dialogue to arrive at a solution beneficial to all stakeholders.

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“As we celebrate this positive development, NANS calls upon our esteemed lecturers to embrace this opportunity by being proactive in fulfilling their duties. The heart of our nation’s progress lies in the education imparted within these institutions, and the dedication of lecturers is pivotal to shaping the future of our country.

“NANS encourages a renewed sense of collaboration between the government and educators to ensure the continuous improvement of our educational system. Let us collectively work towards creating an atmosphere conducive to academic growth, research, and innovation.

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“Once again, we express our gratitude to the Federal Government for heeding the pleas and look forward to continued collaboration with the government to address challenges and enhance the quality of education in Nigeria.”

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