Breaking: Delta LG Workers, Primary school staff, begin strike December 1

Local Government Workers in Delta State and Primary School Staff in the State, will embark on strike from Tuesday December 1,


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Breaking: Delta LG Workers, Primary school staff, begin strike December 1
First page of the Communique


Local Government Workers in Delta State and Primary School Staff in the State, will embark on strike from Tuesday December 1, 2020, if the Delta State Government fails to implement the new minimum wage, which became law April 18, 2019, Fresh Angle International can authoritatively report.

This was fallout of a communique released after an extraordinary joint meeting held today, Tuesday Novemer 17, by the Delta State Chapter of Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees, NULGE, Nigeria of Union of Teachers, NUT and Non-Academic Staff Union, NASU (within the Primary school system) in the state.

The unions declared that their members have been conspiciously and deliberately omitted in the implementaion of the new minimum wage across the state.

The communique signed by the State President and Secretary of NULGE, Comrade Zico Okwudi and Comrade Peter, the State Chairman and Secretary of NUT, Comrade Titus Okotie and Comrade Dan Basime as well as the State Chairman and Secretary of NASU, Comrade Akpede C.P and Comrade Amobi Oluchi C.G. respectively, resolved that at the expiration of a 14-day ultimatum effective Tuesday November 17, a one-week strike/peaceful protest shall be embarked upon by members of the affected unions in the 25 Local government areas that make up the State.

According to them, if the State Government fails to implement the new minimum wage for their members at the expiration of the warning strike, they will commence indefinite strike action.

 

Second page of the Communique


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Ossai Rita Ashinedu
Our Correspondent , Ossai Rita Ashinedu, has Ordinary National Diploma in Mass Communication from Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro. She can be reached on 07061927586
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