and discussed the IPPIS issue which the union had rejected “with sound reasons”.
“To put the records straight, at no point during the meeting did President Buhari put a closure to the ongoing discussion on ASUU’s preference for the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS).
“He also did not direct that salaries of ASUU members be stopped for failure to enroll in the IPPIS.
“Any report to the contrary is circulated to mislead the public,” he said.
He added that ASUU was committed to its tradition of consultation and dialogue which informed the engagement with Buhari last week.
“We had useful discussions with the President and we are hopeful that our prayers will receive the expected prompt attention,” he said.
Edited by: Ephraims Sheyin