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EXCLUSIVE: Makinde To Review Cases Of 1947 Civil Servants ‘Sacked’ By Ajimobi

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Reprieve may have come the way of the close to 2000 civil servants who were sacked by the administration of former governor Abiola Ajimobi.
Governor Seyi Makinde, OYO INSIGHT was told, has set up a committee to look into their cases with a view to reviewing their retrenchment.
A top civil servant, who is highly placed, told this newspaper that the committee will be inaugurated anytime soon.
OYO INSIGHT recalls that the immediate past administration retrenched some workers owing to offenses like certificate forgery, financial crimes and others.
Said the source: “Government has set up a committee to review the case of those retrenched by Ajimobi government. Labour has been invited to be represented on the committee. I confirm.”
The source confirmed that the sacked workers who had submitted their names for review are 1947 in number, adding that, “Those with genuine complaints are expected to be reabsorbed.”
According to the source, “The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, want justice for those wrongly and unfairly disengaged.”
Comrade Kayode Martins, a vice chairperson of NLC and chairman of Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, is one of the members of the yet-to-be inaugurated committee.
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