Lauretta Onochie, a Social Media aide to President Muhammadu Buhari, has stated that university lecturers with multiple full-time jobs will be exposed.
Onochie stated this in reaction to the rejection of the Integrated Payroll and Personal Information System IPPIS by the Academic Staff Union of University ASUU.
According to her, part of the reason why universities churn out half-baked graduates is because of such lecturers who aren’t committed to one job.
”A University Lecturer should be committed to one Institution that pays him monthly. He can support another university on a small scale as a consultant. Working full time in many universities at a time, is the reason they churn out graduates with no skills. There’s no commitment.
”The reason ASUU is fighting the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) is that many Lecturers dash from one university to another as full time Lecturers. The IPPIS will expose those with multiple full time jobs”.