Friday, 12 January 2018

Osun workers are happy as Aregbesola pays full December 2017 salary

There was celebration among government workers in Osogbo, Osun State, on Tuesday evening as laborers in the work of the state government under the authority of Governor Rauf Aregbesola started to get installment of full compensation for the long stretch of December 2017. 

The improvement was the aftermath of assention the state government came to with the best pecking order of the state part of the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress ( TUC) and Joint Negotiation Council (JNC) in a matter of seconds before they suspended mechanical activity specialists left in late December to censure installment of balanced pay, non settlement of contributory annuity, among different issues. 

Cross segment of government workers, who addressed the Nigerian Tribune oozed euphoria as they commended the state government for satisfying its guarantee to pay full pay for the long stretch of December 2017, similarly as they affirmed that the receipt of bank cautions for their pay rates. 

Despite the fact that there were pockets of objections that few of the civics hirelings got bank alarms of half pay for December, our journalist dependably assembled such classifications of specialists may have gotten advances, through agreeable social orders, consequently the receipt of caution for balanced compensation. 

Affirming the installment of December 2018 compensation to the workforce amid a phone visit with the Nigerian Tribune on Wednesday morning, Osun State Commissioner for Finance, Mr Bola Oyebamiji expressed that " it isn't feasible for any specialist to assert that he got an adjusted pay for December since we paid every one of them full pay rates. In the event that they have any issue, instruct them to go to my service. They should come and see my Permanent Secretary quickly. In any case, I don't think so on account of every one of us, I mean everybody of us got the full pay". 

He proceeded, "when deduct assess from their pay rates and the individuals who got credits may think they were paid half compensation. There was not at all like that, every one of them got cautions for full December pay". 
He continued, “by the time deduct tax from their salaries and those who obtained loans may think they were paid half salary. There was nothing like that, all of them got alerts for full December salary”.

although There are more than 20 months of unpaid half pension and salary arrears, billions of naira of unpaid gratuity to thousands of retirees under the old pension scheme, another set of unpaid billions of naira of pension allowance arrears- pending since 2013.

Source: NigerianTribune

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