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Workers shut down Ibadan Polytechnic over minimum wage

Employees on the Polytechnic Ibadan on Monday shut the establishment down over non-payment of the federal authorities authorised minimal wage within the establishment.

The employee who contains each the educational and non-academic workers of the establishment declared an indefinite strike on Monday.

DAILY POST studies {that a} movement for strike motion was moved and seconded throughout a congress by the unions.

It was emphasised that the strike was complete and complete, and no employee is exempted as important companies, until the federal government accedes to the calls for.

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DAILY POST correspondent who visited the establishment on Monday noticed that every one the gates within the establishment have been shut down.

The overall assembly of the educational and non-academic workers of the establishment convened by a Joint committee of all Employees Unions mentioned the governing council and the Oyo State authorities have repeatedly refused to implement the minimal wage for staff within the citadel of studying.

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Chairman, Senior Employees Affiliation of Nigerian Polytechnics (SSANIP), Comrade Abiodun Abegunde, famous that the problem should be fought to a logical conclusion.

Abegunde disclosed that a number of efforts have been employed to resolve the deadlock, however to no avail.

He added that the wage construction being demanded by the Unions is even decrease than that being loved by sister establishments in different states.

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Chairman, Non-Tutorial Employees Union, (NASU), within the establishment, Comrade Ibrahim Akande mentioned the Governing Council itself was incapacitated by the overreaching actions of the advisor.

Employees shut down Ibadan Polytechnic over minimal wage

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