Minimal wage: Ogun employees protest, attracts battle line with Gov Abiodun [VIDEO]

Staff in Ogun State mentioned they’re prepared for a showdown with the Governor Dapo Abiodun over his refusal to pay the N30,000 minimal wage and different entitlements.

The employees defied Tuesday’s early morning rain to assemble for a protest in opposition to the state authorities.

DAILY POST reviews that the employees had earlier issued a 14-day ultimatum to Gov Abiodun, asking him to handle their calls for or threat industrial actions.

Because the 14-day ultimatum elapsed, the employees mentioned the state authorities is but to achieve out to them, accusing it of insensitivity.

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Our correspondent additional reviews that the employees’ agitations embrace excellent six years go away allowances, three years promotion and 134 months unpaid pension.

The employees, who converged on the arcade floor within the governor’s workplace, have been seen chanting solidarity songs to precise their displeasure over alleged negligence by the Abiodun administration.

The employees described the lately handed Pension Reform invoice as a ‘killer legislation’ that needs to be abolished.

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Additionally they demanded the cost of the negotiated minimal wage by the tip of September.

It was gathered that some labour leaders within the state are presently assembly with the state authorities to deliberate on a few of the points raised.

The employees had earlier threatened to embark on strike if their calls for weren’t met.

 

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