MAY 1ST: ENUGU, ABUJA WORKERS RALLY FACE DISTRACTIONS , CAN CONDEMNS WORKING CONDITIONS OF THE WORKERS

Placards were banned in Enugu and ABUJA May Rally was disrupted.

Enugu state honours Governor Ugwuanwyi as the most  Labour friendly governor

WHILE

The Youth Chapter of the Christian Association Of Nigeria condemns the elliptic working environment Nigerian government workers face, The President of the Youth Chapter, Engr Kadzai, made this known:

“Abuse in the form of denied or delayed wages, delayed gratuity and pensions. Government policies and corruption has led to a questionable privatization that destroyed our textile mills, sugar and steel factories to mention a few. “While saluting the courage and patience of workers in a cash strap, inflationary economy we demand that government should increase the salary of workers, balance the economy as well as check the growing margin between income earners. “However, it is sad to mention the unpatriotic incessant and protracted strike by some sectors of the labour union. Should soldiers and Police go on strike what will be made of our society? What moral right then should Doctors and even learned lawyers who swore to professional oath embark on strike. “While commemorating and celebrating workers day, we observe with sadness the relationship between the soaring unemployment and the increase in crime and general social vices. “We therefore strongly demand that the federal government through its agency should immediately commence the probe of all state government utilization of the bail out funds. State government should publicly account for how they spend public funds in their trust or be jailed.

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