Ekiti - Labour leaders earlier today stormed the old Governor's office in Ado Ekiti, the state secretariat and other government offices and chased civil servants out of their offices, Punch reports.
The organised labour last week initiated an indefinite strike in protest to the outstanding salaries that they are owed.
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Witnesses say that labour leaders took them by surprise when they stormed their offices and forced them to leave. At first the workers intended to resist but decided to leave when there was a threat of violence.
Workers in the state initiated an indefinite strike after months of not
being paid and the end of a 21-day ultimatum given to the government to
reimburse the money owed.
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