The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has disclosed that the problems surrounding the Integrated Payroll and Personal Information System (IPPIS), and the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) have been sorted out.
The implementation of UTAS was one of the demands made by ASUU which led to the prolonged strike by members of the union.
The President of ASUU, Emmanuel Osodeke made this known during an interview with Channels Television on Monday evening.
He said the government was yet to do enough to resolve the impasse with the union, hoping that the strike would be called off and lecturers would resume their duties after the meeting with the government today (Tuesday).
“The issues of IPPIS and UTAS have been put to rest. If the government agrees with us tomorrow, everything will be resolved.
“The issues of IPPIS and UTAS have been put to rest as agreed with the Chief of Staff, the Utas will be implemented.
“You see, if this government is serious, this strike will not last more than two weeks. The President directed the Minister of Education to finish within two weeks, now two weeks have passed and they didn’t come back,” he added.