There was heavy drama yesterday in Benin City as staff of College of Education Ekiadolor blocked the main entrance to Government House Benin City, the workers who were protesting the non-payment of their 11 months salary by Obaseki vowed never to give up in efforts to get their hard-earned salaries.
While some of the protesters turned the Government house to a worship centre by praying and singing some mad protesters where busy playing soccer.
Mad o, the guys were unperturbed that they had crippled activities at Government house as no single movement was ongoing.
The protesters were playing monkey post in front of Government House Main Gate Benin City.
This one no b see finish so? them true true talk am say if PERSON TOO TAY FOR TOILET e go see FLY wey WEAR IRON SHIRT.
Obaseki has refused to pay these workers their salaries for over 11 months and they are ready to die at Government house?
What are your views? is this not disrespectful to the office of the Governor? no matter the grievances should people just wake up and turn the seat of Government into a playing field? your comments and views are welcome.
Osigwe Omo-Ikirodah writes in from Benin City
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