Chairman of the Nigeria Governors Discussion board (NGF), Kayode Fayemi, stated federal wage construction shouldn’t be imposed on states.
The Ekiti Governor spoke at a gathering with pro-chancellors of state-owned universities on Thursday in Abuja.
In a press release, Abdulrazaque Bello-Barkindo, NGF spokesman, stated the assembly deliberated challenges the colleges face.
Fayemi confused that federal and state governments wouldn’t have related financial or monetary conditions.
”I, for instance, wouldn’t have the assets of Lagos State, so that you gained’t count on me to earn the identical wage because the governor of Lagos.”
The governor admitted that states have been unable to pay salaries of their universities as a consequence of limitations.
Fayemi instructed the pro-chancellors that the individuals appointed as vice-chancellors should converse fact to energy.
“They want to have the ability to chunk the bullet, and never simply be a sure individual. We have to work collectively to confront these points.
“We’re operating glorified secondary faculties as universities by this method and it’s important to assist us in insisting that the establishments too, do the proper factor”, he added.
Fayemi agreed with the pro-chancellors that politics shouldn’t be concerned within the nation’s faculty system.
FG wage construction shouldn’t be imposed on states – Fayemi