Kungiyoyin jami’a na malamai da ma’aikata dake yajin aiki sun ce ko kusa babu maganar janye yajin aiki.
Sunce gwamnatin tarayya karya tawa ‘yan Najeriya inda tace wai sun cimma matsaya kuma nan ba da jimawa ba za’a janye yajin aikin, Kamar yanda Ministan Kwadago, Chris Ngige ya bayyana.
Kungiyar tace maganar janye yajin aiki babu ta kuma karya gwamnatin tarayya tawa ‘yan Najeriya.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities and the Joint Action Committee of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions and Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities have said the Federal Government did not reach a strong agreement with them that can lead to calling off the industrial actions.
All the university unions in the country are presently on strike.
ASUU started its strike on February 14, 2022 and JAC commenced its own on April 14, 2022.
The unions embarked on industrial actions while demanding improved welfare packages, better working conditions and implementation of various labour agreements signed with the Federal Government between 2009 and 2020.
The national leaders of ASUU and JAC of SSANU and NASU, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke and Mr Mohammed Ibrahim, respectively told our correspondent that the Federal Government and all stakeholders in the education sector and religious leaders had a meeting with the four unions but no strong agreements were reached.
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, was quoted in a report at the weekend as saying, “We had a cordial and fruitful discussion; we looked at the issues dispassionately and reached some agreements, to the satisfaction of everybody in attendance.”
But Osodeke said Ngige’s claim after the meeting that the unions would call off the ongoing strike this week was a political statement.