The staff of Taraba state House of Assembly Jalingo have commenced an indefinite striking over 7 years of unpaid allowances.
The staff under the umbrella of Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN) Taraba State Secretariat, House Of Assembly Complex Jalingo, in a letter signed by its chairman and secretary, Ibrahim Bala Yusuf and Yahuda M. Atwen, explained that the decision follow a non-compliance to the seven days ultimatum issued to governor Darius Ishaku to clear their seven years outstanding allowances.
The association directed all staff of the assembly to remain at home until their rightful demands are complied with.
Tribune Online reports that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Taraba state University chapter had last week threatened to also embark on an indefinite strike over traffic quarter salary.
This is even as pensioners’ mass protest over unpaid entitlements for ten years enters week three. Tribune Online
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