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Ondo workers threaten to begin strike over salary arrears

The organised labour unions in Ondo State have threatened to commence strike on Tuesday (tomorrow) if the government failed to pay the backlog of their salary arrears.

Labour: Rotimi Akeredolu walked out on us to divert Paris Club refund

Labour unions in Ondo State, yesterday, accused Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of walking out on them during the negotiations on how the Paris Club refund to the state from the Federal Government would be disbursed.

Ondo workers accuse Rotimi Akeredolu of walking out on them

Workers in Ondo State are on collision course with Governor Rotimi Akeredolu for reportedly walking out on them at a meeting to deliberate on the alleged government diversion of the N20.9b Paris Club debt refund for the payment of their salary and pension arrears.

Strike: Public offices, banks schools shut in Ondo

In compliant with the nationwide warning strike declared by the organised labour over the issue of minimum wage, public offices, hospitals, public schools and government media organisations were shut down Thursday in Ondo State.

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