Monday, 22 October 2018

Fayemi calls striking Ekiti LG workers back to work

Fayemi calls striking Ekiti LG workers back to work

The more than one month strike announced by the Ekiti state part of National Union of Local Government Employees, (NULGE) was on Sunday night canceled.

The News Agency of Nigeria, (NAN) reports that the choice to end the strike pursued the intercession of Governor Kayode Fayemi.

A dispatch issued toward the finish of a crisis meeting of the association in Ado Ekiti, marked by its state director, Mr Bunmi Ajimoko and state Secretary, Aleru Sulaiman affirmed the improvement.

As indicated by the association, finishing the strike had turned out to be important because of the part installment of their amassed leave rewards, owed by the Fayose organization.

The dispatch revealed that a portion of the specialists had begun to get bank cautions.

The association in this way requested that its individuals continue to deal with Monday in all the 16 Local Government Council territories.

The association lauded Governor Kayode Fayemi for his mediation in guaranteeing the installment of the leave rewards.

“NULGE, Ekiti State, held an emergency meeting today, Sunday, 21st October, 2018, and resolved that since the money approved as part payment of 2016 leave bonus has dropped in various local government accounts and some staff members have started receiving alerts of the payment, the Union wishes to suspend over one-month-old strike action today.

“All members of the union are hereby directed to resume full activities at their various local government councils and boards and commissions from this day.

“NULGE uses this medium to also thank members for their patience, perseverance, and solidarity during the course of our struggle

“Finally, the Union wishes to appreciate the government of Dr. John Kayode Fayemi for his prompt intervention,” the communique added.

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