On Friday, the Kwara State government and the labour movement have reached a truce following the Kwara state’s four-day-old industrial action.
The labour movement at a meeting with Mrs. Susan Modupe Oluwole, the State Head of Service, on Friday, agreed to suspend the action in the interim.
The Kwara State Chairman of the Nigerian Labour Congress, Comrade Issa Ore, told reporters at the end of the meeting in the state capital of Kwara State that the labour movement resolved to call off the strike action to pave the way for the signing of the agreements on the N30,000 new minimum wage.
The labour leaders are understanding and cooperation during the talk, Mrs. Oluwole commended.
Also, Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq was commended by the head of service and reiterated the commitment to pay the new minimum wage.
She assured that the state government would reach an acceptable agreement with the labour movement soon.
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