Staff in Niger State have issued a seven-day ultimatum over fee of 70 per cent wage.
Chairman Commerce Union Congress (TUC) Comrade Inusa Tanimu and Chairman of the Joint Motion Committee of NLC, Comrade Mahmud Aminu Muye gave the ultimatum after the State Authorities paid 70 per cent of the employees’ salaries.
The federal government’s determination to scale back salaries employees by because of what it termed shortfall within the FAAC allocation.
Final Thursday and Friday, the Authorities went forward to pay 70 per cent of the employees’ salaries.
Tanimu expressed disappointment with the event, vowing they’ll embark on a three-day warning strike after expiration of the ultimatum to press residence their calls for.
Muye, on his half, described authorities’s motion as unlawful and unacceptable, lamenting with 30 per cent wage slash, most Civil Servants will likely be left with nothing to take residence after financial institution deduction and settlement of loans.