Sunday, June 16, 2019


Imo State worker complained as Governor Emeka Ihedioha failed to pay them the 30 thousand naira minimum wage as was approved and implemented by President Muhammadu Buhari.

They added that the Former Governor Rochas Okorocha did not own them any salary before handling over to Ihedioha.

"Owelle was not owing us before he left Office as Emeka Ihedioha has only paid for month of May, 2019.

Owelle was paying 90% before he Left Office and not 70%."

"100% increment is just adding between 1k to 2k on our salary which makes no sense

"Pay us 30k minimum wage scale as you promised or wait for show down. You can't decieve us."

"Calls on Ihedioha to stop further frustration of their entitlement as implementation has commenced in other States Nationwide.

"Imo State Workers have  again shown displeasure over the non implementation of the new minimum wage salary scale already approved and signed into law by President Mohammed Buhari."

"The Workers who are worried maintained that Emeka Ihedioha promised to take workers welfare as a priority including payment of 30k minimum Wage scale during electioneering period but highly disappointed as he is yet to implement it despite having received Billions of Naira in liquid since after being sworn-in."

Workers said, if actually Ihedioha said those things in order to decieve the workers, let him brace up for a show down.

Workers said that the continued calculation of their salary up to June, 2019 with 18k minimum wage instead of the 30k minimum Wage is totally unacceptable.

"Rochas was not owing the Workers as he left Office as against the propaganda which was proved by the May Salary paid by Emeka Ihedioha Government as the only salary paid so far and that was on 18k minimum Wage of 90% and not 70% .

Ihedioha was warned not to use the 100% payment to decieve them because according to them, Owelle was paying 90% already. 100% is just addition of between 1k to 2k to their salary which makes no difference compared to the propaganda.

June Salary is being calculated using 18k minimum wage."

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