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10/16/2021 11:26:00 PM

Varsities to get N30bn revitilisation funds soon – FG - Punch Newspapers

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16 October 2021The Federal Government has promised to commence the disbursement of the N30bn revitalisation funds to public universities soon.The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, disclosed this on Thursday in his office after a marathon conciliation meeting between the government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities.

The meeting was convened by the minister to evaluate the level of implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding signed by both parties in December 2020 and the resolutions of the follow-up meeting held on August 2 this year.Briefing journalists after the meeting, Ngige said they held fruitful deliberations, stressing that the six issues on the agenda were satisfactorily addressed.

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Varsities to get N30bn revitilisation fund soon –FGThe Federal Government has assured it will commence the disbursement of the N30 billion revitalisation fund to public universities very soon. This soon has many Ooooooooo's All of you just dey lie 🙄 Amen

Varsities to get N30bn revitilisation fund soon –FGThe Federal Government has assured it will commence the disbursement of the N30 billion revitalisation fund to public universities very soon. This soon has many Ooooooooo's All of you just dey lie 🙄 Amen

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Published 16 October 2021 The Federal Government has promised to commence the disbursement of the N30bn revitalisation funds to public universities soon. The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, disclosed this on Thursday in his office after a marathon conciliation meeting between the government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities. The meeting was convened by the minister to evaluate the level of implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding signed by both parties in December 2020 and the resolutions of the follow-up meeting held on August 2 this year. Briefing journalists after the meeting, Ngige said they held fruitful deliberations, stressing that the six issues on the agenda were satisfactorily addressed. He stressed that the government was not dragging its feet on anything that would make the university system good, adding that they were desirous that public universities should be fit and proper places for learning and research. On the issue of revitalisation funds for public universities, the minister said the meeting received an update from the National Universities Commission and the Federal Ministry of Education and they were happy that the assignment given to them had been done satisfactorily. Read Also