The Federal Government Will Resume negotiations with ASUU on Monday to resolve the ongoing industrial actions embarked on by the Lecturers.
The Minister Of Labour And Employment, Senator Chris Ngege in a recent interview with the Director Of Press, Mr Samuel Olowookere made the statement which was signed in Abuja.
In addition to what he said, he made it known that the meeting was to work towards coming to a conclusive agreement between ASUU and the Federal Government on the ongoing strike.
The conciliatory meeting is scheduled to hold on Jan. 7, at Minister’s Conference Room by 30:30 pm prompt. Reports have that ASUU commenced an indefinite strike on Nov. 5, 2018 over certain demands based on agreement reached with government in 2009.
They also made more requests and demands from the Federal Government, one of it was about the replacement of Dr Wale Babalakin as the Chairmam for the government renegotiating team of the 2009 ASUU/Federal Government Agreement.
Other demands are non-payment of earned allowance, funding of revitalisation of the Nigerian universities, implementation of needs assessment report and poor funding of state universities.