Retirees block the main road in Calabar, protesting non-payment of rights

Posted by on Nov 3, 2020, Under: News

Retirees block the main road in Calabar, protesting non-payment of rights

Retirees in Cross River State took to the streets to protest the non-payment of their benefits by the state government since 2014.

Local government retirees blocked the Murtala Mohammed highway in the metropolis of Calabar, placing chairs and sitting on two lanes of the road.

They also sang songs and carried posters when they asked Governor Ben Ayade to pay them their pension.

Retirees were among those who were declared dead by the state government.

It turned out that some retirees who have not been paid since 2014 have concluded that they are planning to drag Ayade to the National Industrial Court of Calabar.

The decision came after a series of protests in Ayade’s office failed to produce positive results.

The state government’s pension is estimated at more than $ 35 billion.

Retirees in Cross River State took to the streets to protest the non-payment of their benefits by the state government since 2014.

Local government retirees blocked the Murtala Mohammed highway in the metropolis of Calabar, placing chairs and sat on two lanes of the road.

They also sang songs and carried posters asking Governor Ben Ayade to pay them their pension.

It was believed that retirees were among those declared dead by the state government.

It turned out that some retirees who have not been paid since 2014 have concluded that they are planning to drag Ayade to the National Industrial Court of Calabar.

The decision came after a series of protests in Ayade’s office failed to produce positive results.

The state government pension was estimated at more than $ 35 billion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0As7bdVZHZk Cross River retirees have taken to the streets to protest the non-payment of their benefits by the state government since 2014.

Local government retirees blocked the Murtala Mohammed highway in the metropolis of Calabar, placing chairs and sitting on two lanes of the road.

They also sang songs and carried posters asking Governor Ben Ayade to pay them their pension.

Retirees were among those declared dead by the state government.

It turned out that some retirees who have not been paid since 2014 have concluded that they are planning to drag Ayade to the National Industrial Court of Calabar.

The decision came after a series of protests in Ayade’s office failed to produce positive results.

The state government pension is over $ 35 billion.

Retirees in Cross River State took to the streets to protest the non-payment of their benefits by the state government since 2014.

Local government retirees blocked the Murtala Mohammed highway in the metropolis of Calabar, placing chairs and sat on two lanes of the road.

They also sang songs and carried posters when they asked Governor Ben Ayade to pay them their pension.

Pensioners were among those declared dead by the state government.

It turned out that some retirees who have not been paid since 2014 have concluded that they are planning to drag Ayade to the National Industrial Court of Calabar.

The decision came after a series of protests in Ayade’s office failed to produce positive results.

The state government pension was estimated at more than $ 35 billion.

Source: – Sahara Reporter.


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