Osun workers embarks on indefinite strike over unpaid 6 months salaries


Osun state workers on Monday embarked on indefinite strike action to press the demand for payment of unpaid six month salaries. Speaking at a press conference in osogbo, The Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Mr. Jacob Adekomi said the strike would begin on Tuesday, May 26, after the expiration of a 14-day ultimatum given to the state government.

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Mr. Jacob Adekomi said “That an indefinite strike action be commenced by all the workers in the State of Osun as from Tuesday, May 26, 2015 due to the failure of the government to accede to our legitimate demands, as contained in our letter to the government dated May 12, 2015.
“The indefinite strike action will be total and by this billeting, workers are advised to stay at home while pressing home our demands. That no worker should resume work until announcement is made by the labour bodies to that effect.”

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