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Ondo State Workers Warn Mimiko Against Pay Cut

Civil workers in Ondo State, under the support of the Trade Union Congress, have prompted the state Governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, not to join some state governors that are requiring the descending audit of the lowest pay permitted by law or cutting back the state workforce. 

The workers said they would fervently oppose such a move ought to Ondo State endeavored it. 

They additionally requested from the state government the installment of all unpaid debts of their compensations and leave extra stipends before Christmas. 

In an announcement mutually marked by the Chairman and Secretary of the union, Comrade Ekundayo Soladoye and Fatuase Clement individually on Tuesday, the TUC said there was a requirement for the administration to consider the installment of the compensations to empower the laborers to observe Christmas cheerfully with individuals from their families. 

Be that as it may, the State Commissioner for Information, Mr. Kayode Akinmade, guaranteed the state laborers that the pay rates and different remittances would be paid soon, focusing on that the administration had no arrangement to sack specialists or diminish their pay rates. 

He clarified that the deferral in the laborers' pay rates for two months was because of the present monetary difficulties confronting the nation, saying the issue was not exceptional to Ondo State alone. 

Akinmade noticed that the month to month designation from the Federal Government was insufficient to pay every one of the laborers' compensations, but rather he said the state government had been working round the clock to guarantee the installment of the pay rates soon. 

In the announcement, the union likewise denounced the activity of the state government concerning the asserted sacking of around 62 specialists from the administration with no relevant or persuading reasons. 

The TUC said, "It is our perspective that the state government ought to have a reconsider and invert the choice, all the more so that the wages of all the influenced laborers are not exactly N2m month to month."


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