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Imoke Promises To Pay Two Months’ Salary Before Leaving Office




Governor Liyel Imoke has promised civil savants in the state that his administration will pay salaries of the months of March and April this year before living office on May 29.

Imoke made this promise yesterday at Abraham Ordia Sports Stadium, University of Calabar during 2015 Workers Day Celebration stating that the only thing he regretted was not paying workers’ salaries as due.

He also promised to dialogue with the state owned University lecturers (CRUTECH) that has been on strike for over three Months With a view to re-open the university.

The chairman of Cross River State council of Nigeria Labor Congress (NLS), John Ushie said, “as a way forward we suggest that a special grant of N2.3b be release to enable the university to clear arrears of sundry allowances, deliberately owed staff of the institution, review of the monthly subvention from N169m to N250m for effective running of the university and immediate reversal of the directive to the university management to disengage certain staff.



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