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New Post: Ogun Workers Threaten Strike over Pensions, Unpaid Deductions Organised labour in Ogun has threatened full blown strike to begin on June 27, following the state government’s failure to accede to their demand

7 hours agoOrganised labour in Ogun has threatened full blown strike to begin on June 27,  following the state government’s failure to accede to their demands.The state Chairman, Nigeria Labour Congress(NLC), Mr. Emmanuel Bankole, made this known while interacting with members of the Labour Writers Association of Nigeria at a workshop held in Abeokuta  yesterday.

Bankole said the final decision at the workers’ parliament, which would hold on June 27, would determine the scope of the intending strike.‘’Where we are currently is that the workers have been pushed to the wall; there are procedures when we want to go on strike and we have taken the pain to go through all that.

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Ogun workers threaten strike over pensions, unpaid deductions - Premium Times NigeriaMr Bankole said the final decision at the workers’ parliament, which would hold on June 27, would determine the scope of the intending strike. Eleyi of Ogun

Ogun workers threaten strike over pensions, unpaid deductionsThe organised labour in Ogun have threatened to begin a full-blown strike on June 27 following the state government’s failure to accede to their demands. Governor Eleyi, wetin dey sup bayii😂 Eleyiii doing a great work 🌝😆 This one keh... The man just lucky if we get another structure that can challenge him he won’t win second term a governor that can’t show 20 completed projects

JUST IN: Ogun workers declare indefinite strike - Premium Times NigeriaThe workers alleged that the governor had refused to pay salary deductions for 21 months. 🏂Salary palava Eleyi

Ogun workers begin indefinite strike today | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsOgun State workers, under the organised labour, will today commence indefinite strike over refusal of the state government to meet their demands. I wonder how people keeps working and Government don’t want to pay. It’s like a case of Monkey dey cho, Baboon dey chop.

Ogun Labour declares indefinite strike over deductions, othersThe organised Labour in Ogun State on Monday declared an indefinite strike over “pathetic plight” of workers in the State.

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| 7 hours ago Organised labour in Ogun has threatened full blown strike to begin on June 27,  following the state government’s failure to accede to their demands.by June 26, 2022 1 min read Organised labour in Ogun has threatened a full-blown strike to begin on June 27, following the state government’s failure to accede to their demands.NAFDAC workers continue strike, fault management on welfare Others were: payment of eight years of leave allowances; restoration of payment of gross salary and the implementation of Consequential Adjustment on Minimum Pension.Ogun State has declared an indefinite strike over what they termed the “pathetic plight” of workers across the state.

The state Chairman, Nigeria Labour Congress(NLC), Mr. Emmanuel Bankole, made this known while interacting with members of the Labour Writers Association of Nigeria at a workshop held in Abeokuta  yesterday. ‘’Where we are currently is that the workers have been pushed to the wall; there are procedures when we want to go on strike and we have taken the pain to go through all that. Bankole said the final decision at the workers’ parliament, which would hold on June 27, would determine the scope of the intending strike. You can imagine in that old age, even their drugs they buy monthly, some of those drugs are more than N5,000. ‘’Where we are currently is that the workers have been pushed to the wall; there are procedures when we want to go on strike and we have taken the pain to go through all that. According to him, some of the demands include remittance of 21 months of salary deductions; implementation of the Contributory Pension Scheme. ‘’We have gone beyond promises: that is where we are now, ‘’ he said. This, the labour union said, was a breach of the State Pension Reform Law, 2006 (amended 2013) in the implementation of the Contributory Pension Scheme.

According to him, some of the demands include remittance of 21 months of salary deductions; implementation of the Contributory Pension Scheme. ‘’On the issue of pensioners, statutory by the constitution of the Federal Republic, whenever there is wage review, minimum pension is also supposed to be reviewed, but as we speak, that has not been done. ‘’So, we are saying that the government needs to upwardly review that quarterly payment, increase it so that a good number of people can receive this money while they are still alive, ‘’ Bankole said. Others were payment of eight years of leave allowances; restoration of payment of gross salary and the implementation of Consequential Adjustment on Minimum Pension. ‘’On the issue of pensioners, statutory by the constitution of the Federal Republic, whenever there is wage review, minimum pension is also supposed to be reviewed, but as we speak, that has not been done. ‘’We also have accumulated gratuity; we engaged the government and it started paying N500 million every quarter, which is grossly inadequate, bearing in mind the number of people that they need to pay. ‘’As we speak, some of those pensioners take as low as N5,000 as pension; you can imagine in that old age, even their drugs they buy monthly, some of those drugs are more than N5,000. Contact: join the conversation FOREX, BITCOIN AND BINARY TRADING: We help you professionally trade your forex, bitcoin and binary accounts for minimum 20% weekly profit. ‘’We also have accumulated gratuity; we engaged the government and it started paying N500 million every quarter, which is grossly inadequate, bearing in mind the number of people that they need to pay. (. He said the indefinite strike would allow the government have a rethink and call for a dialogue.

‘’So, we are saying that the government need to upwardly review that quarterly payment, increase it so that a good number of people can receive this money while they are still alive,” the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) quoted  Bankole  as saying. Related Articles Founded on January 22, 1995, THISDAY is published by THISDAY NEWSPAPERS LTD., 35 Creek Road Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria with offices in 36 states of Nigeria , the Federal Capital Territory and around the world. It is Nigeria’s most authoritative news media available on all platforms for the political, business, professional and diplomatic elite and broader middle classes while serving as the meeting point of new ideas, culture and technology for the aspirationals and millennials. The newspaper is a public trust dedicated to the pursuit of truth and reason covering a range of issues from breaking news to politics, business, the markets, the arts, sports and community to the crossroads of people and society.

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