Cross River LG workers protest 4 years unpaid salary

LG workers protest over 4 years unpaid salary in Cross River

Local Government workers from 18 LGAs in Cross River State have protested against the non-payment of their four years salary.

The civil Servants converged at all the gates leading to the State’s New Secretariat along the Murtala Mohammed Highway. Information Guide Nigeria

Vanguard reports that the protesters’ placards with writing like “The injustice is too much”, “Three Years without salary, who did we offend? “We go to work every day”, “Every labourer deserves his wages. Governor Ayade please pay us salary” amongst others. Jamb Results

Speaking, Com. David Iyanya disclosed workers that across the 18 LGAs have not been paid between 2015 and 2018. He said, “Today, we have mothers, fathers, and children here and school is resuming soon, how do we feed? For four years out of 35 years, how many years are left”.

Iyanya disclosed that the Head of Civil Service had promised them that their salaries will be paid in August but failed to keep their promise.

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Vanguard reported that when they contacted the Special Adviser to the Governor on Media & Publicity, Mr. Christian Ita, he said that he was just hearing the issue for the first time, stressing that he is only aware of the matter that involves the Magistrates which was addressed by the Governor.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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