Ogun state government is expected to begin the implementation of its no-work-no-pay policy today against the striking civil servants who refuse to resume duty. Last week, the attendance register was opened in the ministries, to monitor which of the striking civil servants failed to heed its directive to report for duty, Meanwhile, the organized labour is holding a congress today in Abeokuta, to determine whether to suspend the strike or continue with a weeklong strike, which has almost cripple public service in the state. Ahead of the congress, which is expected to be attended by the striking workers at the secretariat of the Nigeria Labour Congress in Abeokuta, the labor leaders have rejected the no-work-no-pay policy. Chairman of the state branch of the national public service negotiating council, Samuel Olakunle, said they are not intimidated by the no-work-no pay policy, and directed workers to ignore it. In a related development, the state house of assembly which met with the labour leaders last Friday, has pleaded with the striking workers to resume duty to pave the way for a fresh negotiations on the modality for the clearance of the unremitted deductions from salaries. The speaker, Suraj Adekunbi, said the assembly intervention would enable both the state government and the organized labour to agree on how to find a lasting solution to the recurring problems of the unremitted deductions.
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