- Some Nigerian women who have been identified as wives of Egbin Power Plant workers have taken to their husband’s place of work to protest
- According to reports, the men who work at the plant have not been allowed to go home due to the coronavirus pandemic
- Their wives took to the plant to protest as they said they need the loving from their husbands and that they missed them
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The coronavirus pandemic has no doubt caused a lot of changes in the world as government and organisations have put measures in place to protect themselves and others.
One of the things the pandemic caused was the mode of work of organisations. Some companies allowed their staff to work from home while others did not release their staff to leave the company’s premises over fears of the virus.
A video recently made the rounds on social media showing some women identified as wives of workers at the Egbin power plant protesting that their husbands should be allowed to come home to them.
The angry women said that the money they were being paid was not enough to keep their men from their homes because they have been greatly missed.
The wives also said that they needed some loving care from their husbands and that the company should not expect them to start going outside to look for a man’s companionship.
In the video, the women also complained that their kids no longer know their father’s faces and that if their husbands are not released to them in 25 hours, they would come back to the office to protest without wearing any clothes.
See the video below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that the airline responsible for taking music star, Naira Marley, from Lagos to Abuja for a music concert amid the coronavirus pandemic, has been suspended indefinitely.
It was revealed that the flight which took the singer from Lagos to Abuja was approved for a different purpose, which was to convey a Justice from Lagos to Abuja and back.
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