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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Kogi State Workers Begin 3-Day Corporate Fasting And Prayers Amidst Strike Action

The organized labour in Kogi State has called on civil servants in the state to begin a 3-day corporate prayers with fasting from Wednesday, October 11.



In a statement jointly issued by the state chapters of the NLC, TUC and the Joint Public Service Negotiating Council (JPSNC), Labour urged Kogi workers to observe the 3-day fasting and prayers in their respective estates, settlements and villages from Wednesday 11th to Friday 13th October 2017 as from 10.00 am each day.


On Friday 13th October 2017, all Muslims are to book for prayers in their respective Mosques during the Juma’at Prayer, while Christians are to do the same on Sunday 15thOctober 2017 in their respective Churches during the Sunday Service.

Those that received the so-called balance of July salary should be benevolent to those that have been without salary all these while, even though is insufficient. You are advised that in your spending, let emphasis be on food as salary payment is not yet guaranteed in this state.


Workers who are fond of being used to lure others to offices through text messages and phone calls are advised to desist henceforth, as their contacts will soon be made public as saboteurs, the statement read in parts. The Labour union urged workers to stay away from government offices as the strike continued indefinitely.


From Daily Post

4 comments:

  1. Nnah....eh. This man is just a disaster, workers and people I the state are hungry, gnashing their teeth in sorrow and regret, while he is busy flenjoring with his four wives. They should carry stick and stones and tell him how useless he is.

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  2. May God answer all their prayers... and create fear of God in the heart of top people.

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  3. Another example of a failed leader 😠

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