Leaders of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) are meeting to consider their next line of action as the deadline issued to federal government to honour last month’s agreement expired.
The three week deadline was issued by ASUU last November 15, after federal government failed to meet the timeline for the implementation of previous agreements.
ASUU leaders on Sunday held a critical meeting to review the implementation of the various agreements signed with federal government.
ASUU president, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, on Sunday said federal government has only partially released funds for the revitalization of federal universities.
Labour minister, Senator Chris Ngige who is heading a federal government negotiations with ASUU on Sunday night, again promised that the outstanding issues will be addressed within two weeks.
Ngige speaking on a television programme listed issues that will be addressed include N22.1 billion earned allowances and the 30 billion federal varsities revitalization fund.
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