The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) says it will relent in ensuring the implementation of the agreed 27.5 per cent enhanced allowance to teachers in all states of the federation.
NUT president, Mr Michael Alogba Olukoya, told Nigerian Tribune in Abuja, on Thursday, noting that about six states were still foot-dragging on payment of the package to their teachers.
The six states are Edo, Ekiti, Ogun, Zamfara, Kogi and Ebonyi.
He said the body was not relenting and that NUT was resolved on the strike continuing in those states.
He noted some of the affected states were yet to implement the N18, 000 national minimum wage for teachers, while other categories workers in the states had already been paid.