The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) said it will boycott classes to protest the payment of half salaries for October.
ASUU chairman at the University of Ilorin Moyosore Ajao said lecturers in tertiary universities will observe lecture-free days to register their displeasure at the federal government.
The lecturers started an eight-month strike in February ending in October after a court order directed ASUU to return to classes.
Ajao explained that the lecture-free day will not be on the same day for all institutions.
“It won’t be at the same time. Every branch will do their own on a different day,” Ajao told The Cable. “It’s just within the campus. It’s just making a statement.”