This was discussed during the meeting between the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila and ASUU’s executive Monday.
The position of the former university administrators come amidst the lingering strike action of the Academic Staff Union of Universities which has been on for over 200 days.
This came on a day the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, said the Federal Government’s promise of immediate reply to its submission to the committee set up to negotiate with it had not been fulfilled, nearly a month after.
The President of the union, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, made this known to newsmen on Friday in Abuja.
Ahmed Isa, Ordinary President of Brekete Family Programme, suspended the intervention fund in Abuja on Saturday during a live programme as the officials of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), led by Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke dissociated itself from the intervention.
Some of the students in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Port Harcourt , the Rivers State capital Friday appealed to the Federal Government to meet at least 50 per cent of ASUU demands to end the strike.
The COEASU gave the ultimatum in a statement made available to our correspondent on Wednesday by the National Vice President and Southwest Zonal Coordinator of COEASU, Olusegun Lana.
This is contained in a statement issued by the University’s Public Relations Officer, Adesoji Ademola, on Monday.
The action of the students forced many motorists and travellers to be stranded.
ASUU President, Prof. Emmanuel Osedeke, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday in Abuja.
The academic staff body also said it would decide on the next course of action after the expiration of its warning strike.
The university in a circular dated April 26, and signed by its academic secretary, Abdullahi Zubairu, directed all students and lecturers of the institution to resume academic activities.
Olayinka stated this in Ibadan Monday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
The meeting which is scheduled to commence by 5 p.m will have in attendance representatives of the Federal Government and ASUU.
The Zonal Coordinator, Dr Salawu Muhammed Lawal, made this known during a press conference at the University of Abuja in Gwagwalada Monday.
This withdrawal, the union said, was being considered after Inuwa’s submission that “the University Transparency and Accountability Solution had failed integrity test, vulnerability test (security integrity), User Acceptance Test (UAT) and stress load test, as well as the hardware requirements.”
The two unions told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the strike was in compliance with the directive of the committee.
In a statement on Tuesday in Calabar, the Registrar, Gabriel Egbe, attributed the postponement to the ongoing Academic Staff Union of Universities’ (ASUU) strike.
The Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba reacted to the declaration of the roll over in an interview with newsmen at the end of the commemoration of the 2022 Commonwealth Celebration in Abuja on Monday.
ASUU in a statement which it released on Sunday in Abuja accused Inuwa of deliberately misinforming the public