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Mr. Adelani Baderinwa, the prompt past Osun Commissioner for Information and Strategy, who is the present boss of same service, says it is false that the state government expects to come back to the time of regulated pay, otherwise called half compensations.

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In an announcement discharged by Baderinwa on Saturday, said it had gone to the notice of the state government that a few people and individuals from the resistance party were endeavoring to impel the government against the state government on installment of compensation.

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“The legislature isn’t uninformed of the gossip being spread by the apathetic restriction individuals on the false and nonexistent return of tweaked compensation installment to the laborers of the state.

“The supposed return of tweaked compensation remains talk and there is no particle of truth in it.

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“Gov. Gboyega Oyetola had amid the introduction of spending plan pronounced that the period of adjusted compensation installment is gone, and we are cheerful to reaffirm that the representative is still progressively dedicated to his announcement of endeavoring to pay full pay to government employees.

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“We might likewise want to express that Gov. Oyetola would not in any case take any discretionary choice on issues influencing the government employees.

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“It is essential to remind the overall population that the representative, who was a previous Chief of Staff, had effectively dealt with the trade guilds, and subsequently, Osun recorded smooth and amicable government-specialists relationship.

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“On the off chance that any choice will be taken on welfare of the specialists, it will be a joint choice where all the chiefs will be conveyed along and would be allowed the chance to take the best choice for their individuals, as we saw in the past organization.

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“We will jump at the chance to express that the gossip which is being conveyed by the inactive individuals from the restriction who have lost pertinence with the disreputable annihilation they endured in the governorship and last broad races in the state, is a long way from reality.

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“What the laid-back resistance individuals need is to warm up the commonwealth and affect the government employees against the administration.

“The reputed return of adjusted compensation is another pointer to the reality the resistance individuals never had good intentions for the specialists and the state explicitly.

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“The administration wishes to express that the organization of Gboyega Oyetola is especially dedicated to their welfare and the general prosperity of the general population of the state.

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“The government employees and overall population everywhere are ordered to expel the talk as there is no particle of truth in it,” he said.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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The House of Representatives has resolved to intervene in the ongoing impasse between the Federal government and the National Union of Electricity , (NUEE) to forestall power outage.

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The Union subsequently issued a 21days ultimatum to the federal government with a threat to embark on strike.

The House on Wednesday resolved to wade into the crisis following a motion of urgent public importance moved by the Deputy Minority Leader, Toby Okechukwu (PDP, Enugu).

The motion prayed for the intervention of the leadership of the House, to avoid the shutdown of the power sector.

Speaking on the motion. the Minority leader, Ndudi Elumelu condemned those responsible for fulfilling agreements with the Unions.

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“Over the years, we have always complained that the reason for industrial action is that a lot of agreements are not fulfilled. Public officers given responsibilities wait till things get out of hand. If the House had not intervened, the people would have gone on strike with the intended and unintended consequences. Many of NEPA workers were forces out of as a result of privatization. These people did not prepare for pension but were laid off and their pensions are not paid. These workers today will become pensioners tomorrow,” he stated.

The Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila in his reaction worried that 21days will elapse today by 12 midnight.

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He spoke during the opening session of the ongoing Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development in Africa in Egypt and was contained in a statement signed and forwarded to DAILY POST by his spokesman, Femi Adesina.

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