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Fresh protest rocks Osun over unpaid salaries

12 June 2015, 18:53

Osun- Human rights  activists, civil servants and the Conference of Nigeria Political Parties on Friday staged a protest to express their displeasure over the unpaid salaries of workers in Osogbo, Osun state capital, Punch reports.

The protesters marched from Igbona area to Olaiya Junction where they addressed the press.

Armed with placards with various inscriptions such as: Pay workers and pensioners their entitlements; Aregbesola, bring back our money, the protesters said they had to use June 12 Day to rally support for the workers who they described as oppressed.

Also read: Aregbesola asked to resign over unpaid salaries

The Chairman, Centre for Human Rights and Social Justice, Sulaiman Alimi, said that Govern0r Rauf Aregbesola had failed the people of the state.

He said that blaming the past government for the financial crisis in the state was an act of irresponsibility on the part of the current administration.

Read more at Punch

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