Only 70% of January salary to be paid to workers- Imo NLC

The 18-man joint committee comprising the state and labour, set up in Imo State, has unanimously agreed to pay only 70 per cent of workers salary across board, while making reservations for pension. The state chairman of Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, Comrade Austin Chilakpu, disclosed this yesterday at a press conference in Owerri. “The 70… Read More Only 70% of January salary to be paid to workers- Imo NLC

Workers in Imo courts, Assembly complex begin indefinite strike

Scores of litigants and their lawyers went home disappointed yesterday, following the indefinite industrial action by the Imo State leadership of the Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN. The  aggrieved workers downed tools as a result of what they termed “the apparent unwillingness of Imo State Governor, Chief Rochas Okorocha, to comply with the ruling… Read More Workers in Imo courts, Assembly complex begin indefinite strike

Imo communities should clean up their drainages- FERMA boss

The Director of Public Works, Federal Road Maintenance Agency, FERMA, Godson Amos wants communities in Imo state to assist   the government in the cleaning of minor drainage system in their localities. He spoke during the inspection of federal roads at Awo-Idemili in Orsu Local Government Area. Amos said that if communities could make it their… Read More Imo communities should clean up their drainages- FERMA boss

Unpaid salaries: Assembly workers spoil for war

Imo State House of Assembly workers are currently fine-tuning arrangements to disrupt legislative activities when the lawmakers resume plenary next Tuesday, following what they called “the apparent unwillingness or inability of the state government to clear their arrears of salaries, since it received the Federal Government’s bailout fund.” What infuriated the workers was the fact… Read More Unpaid salaries: Assembly workers spoil for war