1. Ekiti labour union threatens strike, issue 14-day ultimatum to Fayemi The Ekiti State organised labour, has given a 14-day ultimatum to Governor Kayode Fayemi to pay all outstanding benefits to workers or face three days warning strike. The union gave the ultimatum in a letter dated July 16, addressed to Fayemi and made available to journalists in Ado-Ekiti on Saturday. The organised labour said the ultimatum commences from Monday, July 20 and lapses on August 3, within which the governor is expected to redeem
The job, organized by Ekiti state, has given Governor Kayode Fayemi a 14-day notice to pay all unpaid benefits to workers or face indefinite industrial action. A letter dated July 16 and addressed to Fayem said the ultimatum begins on Monday, July 20 and ends on August 3, within which the governor is expected to honor his commitment or face mass action. The letter was jointly signed by the Chairperson of the Nigerian Labor Congress, Com. Kolapo Olatunde, his counterparts in the Congress of Trade Unions, Com.
The organised labour in Ekiti State has threatened to mobilise its members for a statewide strike if the management of the Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital (EKSUTH) fails to stop the planned mass disengagement of its workers, who constitute their members. The Union gave the EKSUTH’s management a 14-day ultimatum to find a reasonable way of resolving the issues surrounding the planned sack and also effect the payment of all outstanding salaries, deductions and other benefits to prevent the withdr
The organised labour in Ekiti State, has written Governor Kayode Fayemi to express its disenchantment and outright disapproval over what it called “arbitrary sack of its members” in the state. The labour unions added that most disturbing was the rumour milling rounds that the gale of sack, which had hit the Ekiti State University(EKSU) and Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital (EKSUTH), will blow across all government’s tertiary institutions, Ministries, Departments and Agencies. The Chairman, Trad
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
Organised Labour in Ekiti state has warned the management of the Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital (EKSUTH) against what it called mass sack of its workforce, to avert industrial disharmony between workers and governor Kayode Fayemi-led administration. It will be recalled that management of the Ekiti State University (EKSU) had on December 5 sacked over 600 workers of the institution with allegations of irregular appointments. The labour centres issued a 14-day ultimately to EKSUTH management to find
Given the alleged mass sacking of workers by the management of the Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado Ekiti, the organized labour has issued an ultimatum that the workers should be reinstated or a total strike will be embarked upon. The leaders of the Trade Union Congress, Sola Adigun, and a host others urged the management to reverse its decision to avoid industrial action. Adigun said, “When we came for this interface, we thought it was a rumor that workers would be sacked. But we have
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Ekiti state labour union has said on Friday that there was no going back on its initial planned three-day warning strike from 3rd of August 2020. The statement was jointly signed in Ado Ekiti by Kolapo Olatunde, Sola Adigun and Kayode Fatomiluyi who were the Chairmen of NLC, TUC and JNC respectively. According to the statement, the strike is for their demand of five years leave bonuses, hazard allowances of COVID-19 to health workers, salary arrears and deductions. “We warn that no worker should go to work