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Workers Suspend 3-Day Old Strike In Osun

Workers under the aegis of the Joint Labour Unions in Osun have called off their three-day-old strike embarked upon on Wednesday after meeting with the State Government officials.

On Saturday, the labour unions, led by the state Chairman of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Mr Jacob Adekomi, agreed to call off the strike after the state government acceded to some of their demands and a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed.

Speaking with reporters after signing the MoU, Adekomi said the state government has agreed to pay workers full salary for the month of December from the N6.3 billion Paris Club Refund received from the federal government.




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