President Edgar Lungu says he expects Education Minister Michael Kaingu to resolve the situation at the University of Zambia.
Mr Lungu told journalists in Lusaka today that the problems at the great east road campus will be addressed by the Minister of Education.
President Lungu said this shortly before departing for North-western province on a four day working visit.
Students at the University of Zambia have threatened to riot if lecturers continue to be on a go slow.
While in North-western Province, the Head of State is expected to commission the reconstruction of the Solwezi/Chingola road at an estimated cost of K1 billion.
President Lungu is also scheduled to open the National Savings Bank Kasempa branch and tour other government projects.
Mr Lungu is also expected to visit Chavuma and Zambezi districts and meet traditional leaders in the area to foster unity and development.
President Lungu is accompanied by Lands Minister Christabel Ngimbu, State House Deputy Minister Mulenga Sata and other government officials.
Mr Lungu was seen off by Justice Minister Ngosa Simbyakula, Home Affairs Minister Davies Mwila, Health Minister Joseph Kasonde, and Tourism Minister Jean Kapata, Service Chiefs and government and party officials.