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Ekiti Workers Threatens Strike Action Over Unpaid Salary.

Ekiti State workers under the umbrella body of organized labor have given a 14-day notice to Governor Kayode Fayemi’s led government over the matters of welfare of the workers in the state.

 A letter dated July 16 and addressed to the governor by the joint labor union, the ultimatum commence from Monday, July 20 and lapses on August 3, within which the governor is to redeem his pledge or face mass action.

The workers wanted the governor to address the issues of unpaid outstanding salaries, promotions without financial benefits, leave bonuses, unremitted deductions, and other workers’ others.

The letter was jointly signed by the leadership of the labor unions in the state except for the Nigeria Medical Association. The Chairmen of Nigerian Labor Congress, Com. Kolapo Olatunde, his counterparts in the Trade Union Congress, Com. Sola Adigun and Joint Negotiating Council, Com. Kayode Fatomiluyi, as well as their Secretaries, signed the letter.

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