ALAKE AND AWUJALE INTERVENE IN OGUN STATE CIVIL SERVANTS CRIPPLING STRIKE

The Egba and Ijebu traditional councils have intervened in the strike by the Ogun state civil servants which has crippled the public services in the state.
The Alake of Egbaland, Oba Aremu Gbadebo, summoned the labour leaders organising the strike to his palace on Tuesday in Abeokuta, while the Awujale of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Adetona, also met them at his palace in Ijebu ode.
Both traditional rulers urged the labour leaders to consider suspending the strike and enter into fresh negotiation with the state government.
The Alake, who scheduled another meeting with the labour leaders on Thursday, also pleaded with them to appreciate the financial crisis facing the state government and reach a workable agreement for the refund of the deductions from the workers salaries.
Meanwhile, the labour leaders are expected to meet today in Abeokuta, to consider the intervention of the two paramount rulers.
Secretary of the state chapter of the joint national public service negotiating council, Olusegun Adebiyi who confirmed this to Rockcity FM, however, said the state government had not formally invited them for fresh negotiations on the demands of the striking workers.
Adebiyi said the council would not rely on the invitation letter signed by the head of service, elder sola Adebiyi for fresh negotiation

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