Connect with us


Kwara Workers Begin Indefinite Strike in spite Court Order

Following the failure of the government to accede to their demand, kwara state workers have Tuesday have embarked on an indefinite strike.

This is in spite of the experte motion secured by the state government from the National Industrial Court, Akure restraining labour from embarking on the industrial action.

The Vice Chairman of the Kwara State chapter of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Comrade Muritala Olayinka denied that the unions received any court order.

The labour unions under the umbrella of Joint Kwara Labour Congress had on Monday issued a statement threatening to embark on industrial action should the government fail to implement 30,000 minimum wage for state and local government workers.

All Ministries, Department and Agencies of government were locked by the labour leaders on Tuesday morning.

Daily Mail gathered that the government has expressed willingness to pay the minimum wage based on table that its resource can accommodate.

But labour says there is no going back on the strike except government is ready to pay the minimum wage and the consequential adjustment for state and local government workers.

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Copyright © 2023 Daily Mail NG. powered by CrownTech.