The Federal Government has said it will continue meeting with the Academic Staff Union of Universities on Friday.
The Ministry of Labor and Employment revealed this on Wednesday night.
The conference is relied upon to address different forthcoming issues, including the antagonistic installment stage favored by the association.
Reviewed that ASUU had restricted the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System utilized in settling laborers’ pay rates by the FG and all things being equal, built up the University Transparency and Accountability Solution which is presently going through trial by the National Information Technology Development Agency.
The Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities and the Non-Academic Staff Union had additionally proposed the University General and Peculiar Personnel and Payroll System instead of the IPPIS.
Their activity followed the grumblings against the IPPIS which purportedly caused compensation delays and duped the college laborers.
The Ministry of Labor and Employment representative, Charles Akpan, revealed in an instant message on Wednesday that the discourse with the ASUU pioneers would hold at the priest’s gathering lobby.
The public authority said it had consented to pay N30 billion Earned Academic Allowance, N20b for the rejuvenation of the training area and the unpaid debts of pay rates to the college educators, adding that the main extraordinary issue was the contradiction over the installment stage.
Yet, ASUU demanded that the public authority has not fulfilled its needs, taking note of that the goal of the eight-month strike was not in sight.