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Strike: FG meets ASUU Tuesday

The Federal Government says it’ll meet with the management of the Tutorial Workers Union of University (ASUU) over the one-month warning strike embarked upon by its participants.

Mr. Charles Akpan, the Deputy Director, Press and Public Kin in the Ministry of Labour and Employment, talked about this in an announcement on Monday in Abuja.

In accordance with Akpan, the Minister for Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige, will be assembly with the executives of the union and a number of relevant govt agencies.

”The assembly is scheduled for Tuesday, by 1.00 p:m on the minister’s convention room,” he talked about.

Have interaction that the placing lecturers had launched into a four-week roll-over total and comprehensive strike on Feb. 14 to press house their demands.

The lecturers’ agitations consist of funding for the revitalization of public universities, earned academic allowances, University Transparency Accountability Solution and promotion arrears.

Others are the renegotiation of the 2009 ASUU-FGN Settlement and the inconsistencies in the Built-in Personnel and Payroll Records System (IPPIS).

The lecturers also alleged that none of its demands had been entirely met by the Federal Government.

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