Port-Harcourt - Striking refuse contractors in River State have resumed work after the state governor threatened to sack them over the prevalence of garbage in Port Harcourt, the state capital, Punch reports.
The state government, had on Friday warned the refuse contractors and other service providers to clear the garbage that is causing a lot of discomfort for residents.
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The refuse contractors had been on strike in reaction to the non-payment of their four months salaries by the immediate past administration.
The governor, Nyesom Wike, gave the contractors a 3-day ultimatum to clear the heaps of refuse in the city.
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