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The Organised labour in Kogi state has called on the Governor Alhaji Yahaya Bello to immediately commenced the implementation of the thirty thousand naira (30,000) approved minimum wage and urged him to make a full payment of April Salaries to the state civil servants.
The Kogi State Chairman of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Comrade Onu Edoka has demanded for the implementation of the new minimum wage noting that the union will henceforth not entertain any justification for salary reduction especially at the Local Government and Primary School Levels.
The organised labour in Kogi state, on Wednesday, told Yahaya Bello, the state governor, that his administration owed workers up to 39-month salary arrears.
Kogi State Government on Tuesday commenced table payment of all its workers in ministries, departments and agencies as part of efforts to weed out ghost workers from the payroll.
Local government workers in Kogi State on Sunday lauded the state government for its decision to increase their monthly percentage salary from 30 per cent to 54 per cent.
The organised labour in Kogi has directed workers in the private and public sectors to embark on a seven-day strike with effect from September 27.
Local Government workers in Kogi State have applauded the state government for its decision to increase their monthly percentage salary from 30 per cent to 54 per cent with effect from this month.
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The Imo state government Thursday said it has identified two persons, one Ohanaeze Collins and M.C Ameche, who are not pensioners but they led the pension protest in the state.