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Abia University Lecturers Raise Alarm Over Unpaid Salaries

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Some Abia State University Lecturers have raised alarm over 11 months unpaid Salary.
In an interview with Boss Radio News, Chairman of the group who pleaded anonymity, says the arrears were inherited from previous administration.

He stresses that the state government is not doing much to help the state owned university.

Another lecturer, narrates the plight of some lecturers in the institution.

Meanwhile, all efforts to reach the Vice Chancellor of the university proved abortive.

Written by: Helen Obih

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