Ogun State workers said they are ready for final battle with the Governor Dapo Abiodun over his declinement to pay the N30,000 new minimum wage and other rights.

The workers scheduled Tuesday morning to gather for a protest against the Governor and state government.

Ngrealnews gathered that the civil servants had previously given a 14-day deadline to Governor Abiodun, requested to address their request or risk industrial strike.

After 14-day deadlines the state civil servants stated that the state government refused to address them, alleging it of undiplomatic. 

The state civil servant tremor are: outstanding six years leave allowances, three years promotion and 134 months unpaid pension.

The staff, who gathered in front of governor's office, were singing solidarity songs to show their grievance over asserted wrongful act by the Governor Abiodun's governance.

The civil servants also explained that the current passed Pension Reform bill as a ‘killer law’ that should be wiped out.

The workers also request for the payment of the mutual agreement minimum wage by the end of September.

Our correspondent also gathered that some labour leaders in the state are presently meeting with the state government to deliberate on some of the points raised.

The civil servants had previously menace to begin industrial strike if their request were not granted.

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