OGUN GOVERNMENT THREATENS NO-WORK-NO-PAY AGAINST STRIKING CIVIL SERVANTS

Ogun state government has threatened to introduce no-work-no-pay policy against the striking civil servants, if the organized labour which is coordinating the strike, refuses to enter into fresh negotiations to end the strike.
Under the proposed policy, striking workers who refuse to report for duty will not be paid for the period they are on strike.
Secretary to the state government barrister Taiwo Adeoluwa addressing newsmen in Abeokuta said the union leaders have ignored several calls from the state government to begin fresh negotiations on issues leading to the strike.

Listen to the SSG on the strike{podcast id=28}

The secretary to the state government, however, said the state government does not envisaged a prolonged strike, having fulfilled all its promises of prompt payment of salaries of the civil servants.
He urged the union leaders to open negotiations with the state government to enable the striking workers return to work for the good of the state.

Meanwhile, the organized labour has insisted that the striking Ogun state civil servants would not resume duty until the deductions from their salaries are paid by the state government.
Chairman of the State’s Joint National Public Service negotiating council, Abiodun Olakanmi speaking with newsmen in Abeokuta, accused the state government of indulging in propaganda.
Olakanmi said the state government has directed top officials to open a register of attendance at ministries, departments and agencies to monitor compliance with its directive to the striking civil servants to resume duty.

Listen to Abiodun Olakanmi on the strike{podcast id=27}

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