Workers Salary In Nigeria Latest News
Aggrieved workers of the Imo State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission on Tuesday, May 11 protested at their office in Owerri over alleged salary slash.
The Buhari administration has proposed cuts in the wages of civil servants in the country, with additional plans to merge some Nigerian government agencies.
Muhammad Magaji, the Gombe state commissioner for finance and economic development, said the affected workers did not show up for the verification exercise.
Although all departments of the state judiciary have officially opened for business, the courts are yet to commence proper sitting as at the time of this report
The secretary to the Bauchi state government, Alhaji Mohammed Baba, says the government has temporarily stopped the salaries of 715 suspected ghost workers.
Members of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) have not yet resolved their industrial dispute with the federal govt. The union is still on strike.