Ekiti - Trade Unions in Ekiti State comprising of artisans and commercial drivers described the ongoing strike by labour unions against unpaid salaries as politically motivated, Vanguard reports.
The Trade Unions who held an anti-workers rally in Ado-Ekiti also accused the labour leadership of taking a N25 million bribe to destabilise the Ayo Fayose-led government.
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The unions say that labour unions cannot paralyse the state as Governor Fayose has been transparent in the allocation of federal funds accruing to Ekiti.
They added that it is well known that there are no remaining funds to pay the outstanding salaries, hence there has to be underlying motives for the continued strike.
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- News 24