The Vice Chancellor of the University, Dr Moses Zaruwa, issued the risk in a meeting with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Yola.
Zaruwa revealed to NAN that the college administration would likewise conjure the “no work, no compensation approach” on defaulters and spoke to the union individuals to move in and work for the benefit of all of the establishment.
He said that the administration had guided all individuals from staff to sign a participation enlist upon resumption.
As indicated by him, marking the enlist will empower to decide the genuine individuals from staff of the college, including that defaulters would have themselves to fault.
“Today marks another milestone in the history of the struggle as far as unionism is concerned.
“At last, the striking colleagues have returned to work and opted for continuous dialogue and I am happy that the resumption is quite impressive.
“I am urging all the factions to close ranks and work for the common goal of making the university an enviable one.
“At the level of management, we have opened our register for the resuming members of staff. The collection of their signatures will determine who our staff are.
“At the end of the exercise, the management will not hesitate to stop the salaries of defaulting staff,’’ the vice chancellor said.
In the interim, in a different meeting, Dr Khalid Bello, a Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) groups in the organization, revealed to NAN that the union considered the enthusiasm of the understudies over their own advantage.
Bello, notwithstanding, said that the union would keep on engaging administration in exchange, saying that it is the best methods for accomplishing aggregate requests.
Essentially, Mr Hamman Adama, a unionist, said that the drawn out strike was unnecessary, considering the current monetary circumstance.
NAN reviews that the scholastic and non-scholarly staff of the college had set out on an inconclusive strike since January over their interest for the installment of scholarly stipends and enhanced financing of the college.