Minimum Wage: Organized Labour issues 7-day ultimatum



The Organized Labour in Rivers State has given a seven-day final offer to the Rivers State government to fulfill up its need or face modern activity.

The seven-day final proposal, which started on Monday, March 16, 2020, followed a broad consultation of both the Nigeria Labor Congress, the Trade Union Congress and the Joint Public Service Negotiating Councils one, two and three of the Rivers state boards in Port Harcourt.

Work’s declaration is contained in an announcement marked by the state Secretaries of NLC, Comrade Matthew Olabe and Comrade Prince Ndukwe of the TUC just as their Joint open help arranging board 1, 2 and 3, Comrade Opuwari Ogbada.

The sorted out work communicated dismay; “On the non-earnestness of the state government to determine the issues in the conflict in spite of the window of chances offered by the state initiative considering the mediation of the national administration.

“A portion of the fighting issues to incorporate, the reconvening of the arranging group on the usage of the new national the lowest pay permitted by law, non-execution of advancement and yearly steady advantages since the origin of the present organization in 2015, installment of exceptional compensation unpaid debts to certain specialists for February and March 2016 and October 2017, delinquency of annuity and tip to beneficiaries, vanishing of the one hundred million Naira laborers spinning lodging/vehicle credit conspire and the quick evacuation of the resigned head of administration and other resigned heads of services, offices, and offices.

“Disappointment of the state government to exhibit earnestness intending to the above issues at the lapse of the seven days final proposal with impact from Monday sixteenth March 2020 it will have no choice than to set out on an uncertain strike activity moving along without any more notification from 12 PM of Monday 23rd March 2020.”


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