Imo Teachers Demand 12 Months Unpaid Salaries
Salary is an agreed amount of money paid to a worker after the end of the month. Salary can be fixed or based on incentive.
It is also good for an employer to often pay his or her workers salary as at when due.
The primary and secondary school teachers decried the non-payment of their 12 months salaries. the angry teachers alleged that their salaries were paid last in February 2020, just a month after Senator Hope Uzodimma became the governor of the state.
The teachers urged the governor to instruct the state accountant-general to pay their outstanding salaries.
Accoding to one of the teachers, who identified herself as Mrs Grace Ajaegbu, said she had spent 29 years in service and was currently at the Community School, Udo, in Ezinihitte Mbaise, and appealed to the state government to have pity on them.
Buhari Condemns Killing Of 54 Traders In Niger
The Federal Government led by President Muhammadu Buhari have frowned on the attack lunched on a convoy returning from a weekly market in Niger Republic’s Tillaberi region in which many citizens were killed.
According to The News Agency of Nigeria, over 53 innocent traders were reported to have been killed by the gunmen suspected to be members of Boko Haram/ISWAP sect.
In a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, Buhari extended his condolences to families of victims and all citizens of the neighbouring country.
Buhari said Nigeria would continue to stand by all its neighbours in the fight against Insurgency.
IPOB Replies Asari Dokubo
Days after Asari Dokubo said he is agitating for Biafra, The Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) told him that that there is no Biafra without its leader, Nnamdi Kanu.
IPOB made the declaration while reacting to the formation of a Biafra government by former militant warlord, Asari Dokubo.
Speaking exclusively with daily post IPOB’s spokesman, Emma Powerful, insisted that Kanu was still relevant in the push to actualize Biafra.
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