The “pathetic predicament” of staff in Ogun State has sparked an indefinite strike by the state’s organised labour.
Ministries, companies, hospitals, and public schools, along with completely different authorities companies and parastatals, might be affected by the strike, which begins at midnight on Tuesday.
There was a seven-day ultimatum from state workers remaining week to governor Dapo Abiodun to fulfill their points.
Authorities said the governor had refused to pay wage deductions for 21 months earlier to this accusation being made public.
Workers haven’t acquired Statutory Leave Allowances to this point eight years, they said as properly.
Consequently, the staff’ union claimed, the State Pension Reform Law, 2006 (as revised in 2013) was being violated by the Contributory Pension Scheme.
In a letter dated June 21 and despatched to Governor Abiodun, they outlined their points.
The letter was collectively signed by the State Chairman of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Emmanuel Bankole; Chairman of the Trade Union Congress (TUC), Akeem Lasisi; and the Chairman of the Joint Negotiating Committee (JNC), Isa Olude.
Following the expiration of the ultimatum, the labour leaders on Monday afternoon addressed workers on the Arcade ground on the state secretariat, Oke – Mosan, Abeokuta, the place they launched an indefinite strike.
According to Mr. Bankole, the federal authorities had repeatedly rejected the labour’s requires negotiations.
As he put it, the federal authorities’s lack of capacity to function might be compelled to reassess its insurance coverage insurance policies and open a line of communication.
“Anyone who reports for service tomorrow (Tuesday) is a traitor and it has never been well with a traitor,” Mr. Bankole mentioned.
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