Ogun - Labour Unions in Ogun state have called off the strike action after meeting with some respected personalities in the state.
Workers in Ogun State Wednesday night announced the suspension of their indefinite strike “for two weeks” for the governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun to, address their demands.
The state chairman, Nigeria Labour Congress, Akeem Ambali, who confirmed the development in a telephone chat with our correspondent, said all workers under the employ of the state should resume at their duty posts on Thursday.
He said the suspension of the industrial action became necessary following intervention from well-meaning personalities, including members of the state House of Assembly and top traditional rulers.
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While corroborating the position of the JNC Chairman, the Ogun state Chairman of the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, Comrade Akeem Ambali, said the suspension was as a result of recent intervention by the lawmakers and the royal fathers.
He further revealed that the former Commandant General of the NSCDC, Dr. Abolurin, the present Head of Service, HoS in the State, Elder Sola Adeyemi and other respectable Ogun leaders have appealed to them to allow 14 days suspension of the strike action to enable them mediate and resolve the protracted dispute.
- News 24