Kogi’s mix of politics and workers’ unrest
They said the ‘No work no pay’ threats by the governor should be a moral burden pointing out that workers who have been deprived of their livelihood for months equally have the right to demand ‘No pay no work.’
Don’t play politics with civil servants, Kogi youths tell Senate
A statement by the NYCN Chairman, Mr Oladele Nihi on Thursday in Lokoja, said the council was deeply concerned over the purported donation of 1, 260 bags of rice to civil servants in Kogi.
Kogi tertiary institutions workers suspend five-month-old strike
Mr Moses Balogun, Chairman, Joint Action Committee of the tertiary institutions, who announced this on Wednesday in Lokoja, after a meeting with officials of the state government, said that the strike would be suspended “for four weeks”.