The Federal Government has said it would never again surrender to any type of extortion and terrorizing that will pursue it go into concurrence with associations that will be hard to carry out.
The public authority’s position is coming closely following the go head to head among it and the four college based associations that finished in a strike which has waited for around a half year.
Review that the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, had started a month cautioning strike on February 14, 2022, over the supposed failure of the central government to go to a portion of the worries it raised and had consistently been turning over the strike after its termination.
The three non-showing staff associations, the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU, the Non-Academic Staff Union of Allied and Educational Institutions, NASU and the National Association of Academic Technologists, NAAT, likewise continued protesting half a month after ASUU brought down devices.
A portion of the combative issues yet to be settled between the national government and the associations incorporate the non-arrival of the rejuvenation store, non-installment of procured stipend, and renegotiation of the 2009 Agreement, among others.
To determine the stalemate, the public authority set up the Professor Nimi Briggs Renegotiation Committee to connect with the four associations.
In any case, Vanguard was informed that the Federal Government has promised not to enter any understanding that sounds unimplementable, really.
Various sources at the Ministry of Finance, National Income, Salaries and Wages Commission as well as the Accountant General Office of the Federation let Vanguard know that the public authority needed to be cautious all together not to consent to an arrangement that will be challenging to execute.
One of the sources who talked on state of obscurity, said: “The Federal Government will never again be extorted to consent to any arrangement that will be unimplementable.
“Before we put pen in writing, all the vital government warning group, including the Ministry of Finance, the Budget Office, the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation and the National Income, Salaries and Wages Commission, will sit together and take a choice that wouldn’t prompt another emergency.”