Ogun State government has opened an attendance register to monitor the compliance of civil servants to its directives ordering the striking workers to resume duty.
Some of the Civil Servants who showed up in their various offices, signed the attendance register and left after some hours, without attending to official duties.
Most of the Civil Servants did not report at their duty posts.
Two buses were stationed at Kuto round-about to convey any of the Civil Servants willing to report for duty.
Meanwhile, the Organized Labour at a congress convened in Abeokuta, said workers would not report for duty until the deductions from their salaries are paid into their bank accounts.
Chairman of the state branch of the Joint National Public Service Negotiating Council, Abiodun Olakanmi, addressing the congress, said the state government’s no-work-no-pay policy would not force workers to end the strike.
The Ogun State branch of the association of national accountants of Nigeria (ANAN) will hold its monthly general meeting today in Abeokuta, the state capital.
The meeting will be held at its Secretariat located off Hammadiya mosque, along NNPC/Abiola way in Abeokuta.
The meeting begins at 4.30 pm.
The association in a release by its public relations officer, I.O. Fadairo, urges members to attend the meeting.Please subscribe to our newsletter