*Ogun Civil Servants Restive Over Sept 2020 Strike Agreement

UUIH

Ogun State’s civil servants are becoming restive over the implementation of the September 2020 agreement signed by the state government with the organized labour, to end the new wage strike

Labour leaders met over the weekend in Abeokuta, to review the implementation of the agreement, which provided the timeline for the payment of the new National Minimum Wage, the outstanding promotions, gratuities and deductions from the salaries of civil servants

Acting chairman of the state branch of trade Union Congress (TUC), Akeem Lasisi, in an interview with Rockcity FM correspondent, Busola Adegbite, says that civil servants are becoming agitated over what he termed as the selective implementation of the agreement

He doubts the if the joint labour/government’s review of the implementation of the September 2020 agreement fixed for march 2020 will materializes, when the agreement is not being faithfully implemented by the state government

According to him, one of the agreements, which is the outstanding promotion of civil servants for 2018/2019, expected to begin in December 2020, is yet to start

He also explains that the state government is  still owing 12 months of global deductions for co-operative, Ileya shilling fund and others  from salaries of workers

YOU CAN ALSO READ: INTERVIEW WITH THE OGUN STATE NLC CHAIRMAN, COM. EMMANUEL BANKOLE ON CITIZENS’ FORUM

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