The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), has yesterday Monday revealed that the Federal Government has not showed any sign of settling the issues that made the Union to embark on the two-week warning strike.
This is another indication that the strike has not been called off as many students believed. Numerous students has on Monday believed that the strike has been called off even when there was no such announcement.
The Union is demanding rather than force universities to embrace the IPPS system, the Federal Government should work at addressing the deficiency and decay in the university system.
The union also warned that it would sanction its members who had gone ahead to enroll in the system despite instructions from the national body.
Both ASUU and FG were to reconvene on Monday but the scheduled meeting became void after the Senior Staff Association of Universities, SSANU, also joined in the rejection of IPPS Campus Catch reports.
As it stands, the strike is very much active. If the Federal Government continue its IPPS implementation, it is possible that such act may result in a full blown indefinite strike by both parties.
What is next? Stay at home, let us wait for when FG and ASUU will reconvene again to discuss the issues on ground