Reliable Source: Potential Breakthrough as FG & ASUU come to an agreement.

The Negotiation between FG and #ASUU today yielded very good results. The government has agreed to use the old platform before IPPIS, to pay all withheld salaries. UTAS is still undergoing usability test. On revitalization, the government offered N15billion in addition to the N20billion pledged earlier. ASUU would now consult with its council and then get back to the government in a short while, to make their final intention known; if the strike will be suspended or not.

We’ll not accept your IPPIS mode of payment – ASUU TO FG

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) urged the Federal Government to leave the Integrated Payroll Personnel Information System (IPPIS) as condition to call off its ongoing strike in the country. Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, ASUU President said this in a statement made available on Sunday in Abuja that the ongoing strike may still linger if government failed to meets its demand.

As a student: education this year is likely impossible as FG & ASUU disagree on payment platform.

Despite agreement on the payment pattern of salary areas and a total sum of ₦40bn; ₦30bn to be paid on or before November 6 while the remaining ₦10m will be paid in May 2021 and February 2022 with additional funding for revitalization of public Universities as well as funding for university systems. The two parties came to disagreement on the means of payment.