Ondo - Workers in Ondo State have vowed to proceed on an indefinite strike if the state government refuses to pay all outstanding salaries for May and June with the deductions, Vanguard reports.
Chairman of the Joint Public Service Negotiating Council, JNC, Comrade Sunday Adeleye said this in Akure.
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Adeleye said that the planned indefinite strike became imperative after the workers issued a seven-day ultimatum to the state government last week to commence the payment of owned salary without further delay.
It was however, gathered that the state government has invited the labour leaders to another round of meeting to avert the strike action.
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