The conflict resolution meeting between members of the organised labour union in Ogun State and the state government has broken down over alleged intimidation.
In new video and audio recordings obtained by our correspondent, the labour union alleged that the government was forcing them to sign some documents under duress.
“Ladies and gentlemen, wherever you are, we’re under stress and duress at Oke Mosan now.
“Spread this message everywhere and tell them to come and save our leaders. They want to force them to sign by force and we will not agree,” a voice was heard saying.
Listen and watch below.
The workers took the decision to embark on strike following the expiration of the seven-day ultimatum issued to Governor Dapo Abiodun over his government’s non payment of eight-year statutory leave allowances and breach of the State Pension Reform Law, 2006 (amended 2013) in the implementation of the Contributory Pension Scheme, amongst other demands.
The new development came about after a statement by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Alhaji Abdulwaheed Odusile, yesterday inviting the labour leaders to a meeting in order to resolve the grouse of the workers.
This story is developing…