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ASUU and Senate deadlocked in latest meeting October 2020

ASUU and Senate deadlocked in latest meeting October 2020

ASUU and Senate deadlocked in latest meeting October 2020

ASUU and Senate deadlocked in latest meeting October 2020 as the academic union of universities and the Nigerian senate meet again

Recall that the Nigerian universities had been shut down since February 2020 as a result of the ongoing strike

The situation was not helped with the emergence of the coronavirus pandemic which led to the shutdown of all aspects of the country

But earlier this month the federal government of Nigeria issued an order which allowed schools to reopen nationwide

The order stated that the Nigerian schools on all levels can be reopened fully from the 12th of October 2020

This led to calls that the academic union of universities should negotiate with the government of Nigeria and reopen universities

But yesterday there was a closed door meeting between the academic union of universities and the senate

The meeting was hinged on the IPPIS system of Payment of lecturers in all universities all over the country

A statement from the Nigerian senate said:

“We cannot implement the IPPIS system if we cannot sustain the system”

The details of the meeting have now been sent to the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari for review and official statement will be released soon

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