Yenagoa - It has been revealed that many shops and eateries
in Bayelsa State have closed down due workers being unpaid and arrears, Punch
According to reports, government is said to be owing civil
servants salaries over the past two months, while workers who work for the
state and parastatals are owed salaries of five months.
Three major eateries in the state have closed due to not
being able to operate under the stem conditions.
Also read: Bayelsa workers to be paid next week
Traders from some stall in Yenagoa have relocated to other
places in order to sell their products.
Human rights activist, Alagoa Morris, has described the
current situation in Bayelsa as being real and the only service operating
properly is the civil service.
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