Ekiti workers strike: Some civil servants are about to divorce their spouses – Labour

Ekiti workers strike: Some civil servants are about to divorce their spouses – Labour

Labour leaders in Ekiti State have revealed that the financial challenges facing civil servants in the state is so daunting that most of their marriages are on the brink of collapse.

A labour union leader, Comrade Kingsley Ebong made this known on Friday in Ado-Ekiti while aggrieved workers were picketing offices to enforce compliance with the strike called to protest against unpaid five months salaries.

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He said: “Civil servants can no longer pay school fees of their children, pay their house rents or eat good food, some are even on the verge of divorce. We are not begging the governor to pay us, we are only requesting for our legitimate rights.”


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