Osogbo - Workers in Osun State on Monday called off their six weeks strike, reports Thisday.
The workers decided to resume work after signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the state government to put an end to the industrial crisis in the state.
The state government also agreed to commence the payment of backlog of workers’ salaries starting with January and February 2015 for state workers and March and April 2015 for local government workers.
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The State Chairman of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Jacob Adekomi, who announced the suspension of the strike, said the workers agreed to enter into an MOU with the state government in anticipation of the various efforts put in place to end the delay in payments.
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- News 24