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ASUU insists strike must continue, meeting with FG inconclusive

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The meeting to resolve the lingering crisis between the Federal Government and Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has deadlocked.

ASUU in its official Twitter Page insisted that the strike action must continue.

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The union had stated in its statement monitored by SOJ WORLDWIDE ONLINE NEWS,  that,

“THE Federal Government Thursday lamented that the continuous closure of Nigerian Universities as a result of the strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, over the IPPIS has contributed to the ongoing.

The Minister for Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige stated this at a meeting with the leadership of ASUU over the union’s stiff opposition to the IPPIS payment platform.

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Senator Ngige also debunked insinuation that the Federal Government was contemplating to replace the IPPIS platform with University Transparency Account System (UTAS), the platform that the university teachers have come up with against IPPIS.

The Minister decried the prolonged strike that has paralysed academic activities in tertiary institutions across the country.

According to him, “For the past one week, we have all been on our toes, we have been meeting and we pray that this meeting will yield some good fruits. We don’t take very great pleasure, to the fact that the children who are supposed to be in school are being recruited into the #EndSARS, #EndStrike, #EndSWAT and all the kind of situations.

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As much as possible, we will try to see how we can meet ourselves halfway, so that we can resolve this crisis to the benefits of all and the country at large.” Ngige said that government has commenced the process of testing UTAS which ASUU members claimed it accommodates the peculiarities of university systems, adding that all the three stages of test will be concluded within the time frame the union gave government. He said, “We have had the preliminary report and test run on the UTAS, which is the University Transparency Accountability Solution.

While reacting, ASUU President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, who led the union’s delegation to the meeting said Nigerians including members of the union expect so much from its leadership, insisting that it would not do anything that will jeopardize rights of its members, students and the country as whole.

THE STRIKE CONTINUES!!!

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