The Makerere management is meeting with Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA) to reach an agreement on the 70% incentive being demanded.
The meeting is being chaired by the Academic Vice Chancellor Dr Okello Ogwang and the finance director Prof. Banabus Niwangwa.
On Monday, the Makerere staff issued a 3-day ultimatum to the University management to come up with an explanation why it has failed to clear the 70 percent incentive for May and June.
The staff wrote a letter addressed to the university council, advising the university not to open for the new semester if their incentive amounting to over Shs4 billion is not cleared.
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The chairman Makerere University Academic Staff Association Dr. Mohamed Kigundu has also demanded that the university should explain why the incentive has not been cleared yet all the students cleared their tuition last semester.
The ultimatum given by the staff will be ending on Friday or they refuse to open the next semester.
Ms Ritah Namisango, the Makerere university spokesperson had earlier this week said the University management is still negotiating with the staff.
She said the university is currently under a financial crisis and unable to clear the lecturer’s incentives