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Ondo poly workers protest non-payment of salaries

Staff members at the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic in Owo, Ondo State, organized a protest on Wednesday over the non-payment of their salaries and allowances for the past 10 months. The protest was spearheaded by members of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) and the Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Polytechnics (SSANIP), RUGIPO chapters.InformationGuideNigeria

During the demonstration, the aggrieved employees blocked the main entrance of the institution. Holding leaves and chanting various solidarity songs, they expressed their discontentment towards both the polytechnic’s administration and the state government. The protesters’ primary demands included the payment of their outstanding salaries, spanning over 10 months, and the implementation of a N35,000 wage award for the polytechnic’s workers, in accordance with the directives issued by the Federal Government.JAMB Result

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The SSANIP Chairman, Comrade Nafiu Okoro, spoke on behalf of the protesting staff, highlighting the grave impact of the irregular salary payments. He pointed out that these financial inconsistencies have led to the untimely deaths of several polytechnic workers. Okoro further emphasized that the institution’s management owed over 10 months’ worth of salaries to the workers.NYSC Portal

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This protest reflects the growing frustration and hardship faced by the staff of Rufus Giwa Polytechnic due to the prolonged delay in salary disbursements.

“All non-teaching staff comprising of NASU and SSANIP agreed that government should pay all our outstanding salaries running to over 10 months.JAMB Portal

“The N35,000 wage being paid to workers as palliatives in Ondo State should be extended to the institution.”

The state Commissioner for Education Science and Technology, Mr Femi Agagu, was not available for reaction as his phone rang but was not picked while the text message sent to him had not been replied to as at the time of filing this report.

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