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NULGE barricades Gov’t House over 8-month salary arrears

Scores of local government workers under the aegis of National Union of Local Government Employees of Nigeria (NULGE) yesterday barricaded the main entrance of the…

Scores of local government workers under the aegis of National Union of Local Government Employees of Nigeria (NULGE) yesterday barricaded the main entrance of the state Government House in Ilorin, the state capital.
The workers were protesting against non-payment of their salaries spanning seven and eight months.
The placard-carrying protesters gathered as early as 8am at the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) secretariat in the metropolis before marching through the popular Ahmadu Bello Way and over to the Government House.
Some of the placards read, ‘Enough is enough,’ ‘Ebi oo!’ ‘Where is LG IGR?’ ‘SA Labour must go,’ ‘We say no to JAAC,’ and ‘Where is LG allocation?’
Addressing reporters, state Secretary of NULGE, Abayomi Afolabi, said, “Things have been extremely difficult for our members. The challenges include ill-health, death, withdrawal of our children from schools, eviction from houses and inability to access basic health facilities.”
 

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