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Strike: Federal govt resumes negotiations with ASUU, labour union

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The Federal Government has resumed negotiations with the Academic Staff Union of Universities on the 2009 agreement.

The Academic Staff Union of Universities had called off a three month old strike it embarked upon, over revitalization of universities, academic earned allowances, issuance of universities pension management company and other issues.

The strike was called off after the federal government had agreed to honour the memorandum of understanding signed with the union.

The Chairman Federal Government re-negotiation team, Wale Babalakin addressed newsmen after a meeting that lasted for over five hours behind closed doors

He disclosed that the Union had presented more than 20 issues that were being looked into, to ensure stability in the university system.

He expressed optimism that the meeting would yield positive results as they continue to negotiate.

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