Abuja - Six days after a meeting between the Senate and the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU ended in stalemate, another interface between both parties again ended in deadlock on Monday, Vanguard reports.
At the end of the eight hours meeting which ended 8.32 pm last night, there was no concrete agreement between the university lecturers and the lawmakers.
Chairman, Senate Committee on Tertiary Education, Senator Jibrin Barau, APC, Kano North, said both parties agreed with some of the issues raised, except one that had to do with their earned allowances, adding that they (ASUU) were going to make consultations with their members on the way forward.
ASUU said meetings and consultations were ongoing to ensure that government did the needful.
ASUU-UNILAG Chairman, Dr Laja Odukoya, said the one week warning strike of ASUU was still on, adding that there was possible of an indefinite strike should government fail to do the needful.
The Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka joined the one-week warning strike against non-implementation of agreements reached in 2009 and 2013 according to News24.
The Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) in the institution, Prof. Dennis Aribodor, told newsmen in Awka on Tuesday that it had constantly reminded the government of the need to implement the agreements.
- News 24