Luncheon gives assurance that the employees of GINA would be paid by the end of this week.
The administration has refused to pay the workers and has thrown the blame at the doors of the Opposition Parties who voted against the 2013 budgetary allocation to the agency.
On Tuesday the workers decided to stage a sit in at their offices since they have not been paid for some three months now.
But while the workers have not been paid the Office of President has allocated money for coverage of various events from time to time like Carifesta which even the GINA head attended.
This is the second year in a row that funds for GINA were not approved by the elected majority in the National Assembly.
Both the APNU and AFC have indicated that funds to GINA will only be restored providing that there is some fair amount of coverage especially when it comes to parliamentary debates where they allege that the views of the Opposition are ignored.