The meeting held between the leadership of the Academic staff union of universities, ASUU and the federal government on Tuesday has ended in deadlock.
This means the lingering six-month old strike by the university lecturers will continue.
The two warring parties failed to reached agreement on the 2009 renegotiation.
The spokesperson of the ministry of education, Ben Goong, said the minister of education, Mallam Adamu Adamu would brief the press on Thursday on the development.
DAILY GIST reported that ASUU had commenced nationwide strike on February 14th 2022, citing different demands which the FG had failed to meet as its reasons.
Some of the demands include, payments of salary arrears, better working conditions, renegotiation of the 2009 FG-ASUU agreement, payment of earned academic allowances, funds for the revitalization of public universities, promotion arrears, and poor funding of state universities.
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