Ekiti - Civil servants in Ekiti State on Monday resumed work after calling off their four weeks old industrial action, Leadership reports.
The organised labour in the state, had after a meeting with the government’s representatives last Friday suspended the strike embarked upon by workers on May 25, 2016 over five months salaries owed them by the state government.
The resumption was however, marred by low turn out as only few workers reported at their offices on Monday.
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The industrial action according to Pulse was called off following the signing of a seven point resolution by the state government and the workers.
The resolutions include the payment of the January 2016 salary, negotiations with commercial banks to reorganise loan repayments, payment of leave bonuses etc.
The Head of Service, Dr Gbenga Faseluka commended the worker and Governor Ayo Fayose for his commitment to ensure workers are taken care of properly
- News 24