Members of TEWU have threatened to lay down their tools if management of the college continues to delay their salaries.
Teachers and Educational Workers Union of the College of Health Sciences protested on Tuesday to register their anger over the consistent delays in the payment of their monthly salaries.
According to the workers, the situation, which has persisted over the years is bringing untold hardships on them and their dependents.
They want the University Management and the government to be fair to them by paying their salaries promptly to avert any untoward situation.
According TEWU, the school has threatened to freeze their salaries if they do not discontinue their indefinite strike. Members of TEWU embarked on an indefinite strike over their management’s failure to pay their interim market premium owed them since 2014.
They accused the management of the school of paying only the staff of the Dental Clinic and ignoring them. They described the situation as “unfair.”
The members however disrupted an examination at the college's exam hall.