The Federal Authorities and the Tutorial Employees Union of Universities (ASUU) have begun recent re-negotiations on the 2009 settlement.
Dr Wale Babalakin, the Chairman, Federal Authorities re-negotiation group, who addressed newsmen in Abuja, on Wednesday, after a gathering that lasted six hours, mentioned he was hopeful the assembly would yield optimistic outcomes.
Babalakin disclosed that the ASUU group had introduced greater than 20 points that have been being seemed into to make sure stability within the college system.
He mentioned that each side have been decided to place an finish to the lingering issues within the system.
“We resumed our renegotiation at present. The federal government group and ASUU have been appropriately represented and we had optimistic discussions.
“We are literally hopeful that we’re on a optimistic path to finalising the negotiation.
“There have been very hectic discussions on topical points and each side had in depth contributions for the good thing about the college system.
“It’s the identical negotiation, we had interim dialogue, that’s over now and we’re again to the place we left off. So it’s a steady negotiation.
“ASUU submitted its timetable at present and there are greater than 20 points in that timetable, it’s not a single difficulty, however they’ll all be mentioned,’’ Babalakin mentioned.