Abuja - The meeting between the Federal Government and the leadership of polytechnic lecturers reached a deadlock on Tuesday, Premium Times reports.
The meeting called by the federal government to resolve the three-month-old ASUP strike which began October turned into a shouting match.
The meeting which is taking place at the federal secretariat in Abuja became rowdy when the leadership of the National Association of Polytechnic Students, (NAPS), who were invited as observers to the meeting, said the lecturers were being selfish.
The ASUP representatives lead by its president, Chibuzor Asamogu also accused the federal government of being insincere and using NAPS to harass the lecturers.
The NAPS president, Ogbonnaya Sunday, however, also accused the government of insensitivity to the plight of students.
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