The Vice-Chancellor of Nasarawa University, Suleiman Bala Mohammed has called on Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU to resolve their difference over the implementation of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System, IPPIS, in the interest of the country.

Mohammed, who spoke in Keffi, said both ASUU and the Federal Government mean well for the nation, adding that dialogue and negotiation should be embraced by all to avoid shutting down of the university system.

He noted that while the Federal Government is worried about ending corruption and ensuring transparency in the system, the union is also in agreement, but wants their peculiarity, which the system did not capture, be addressed.

The University Don expressed the confidence that despite a recent circular that those yet to be captured on the system would not be paid, the matter would be resolved amicably between government and the lecturers.