GOVERNOR Umaru Tanko Al-Makura of Nasarawa State yesterday warned leadership of the organised labour in the state against misinforming members of the general public about their ongoing industrial action in the state.
He asserted that the labour officials in the state were economical with the true position of salary payment in the state and advised them to convene a congress and tell their members at what level they pulled out of the salary review committee that had brought about the new salary table for civil servants in the state.
The governor who spoke through his Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Ahmed Tukur, at the Government House, Lafia, urged the organised labour to restrain their steps forthwith.
He challenged the labour leaders to tell their members if they had not benefited from the committee when they were members; even as he continued that the officials did not tell government their reasons of pulling out of the salary review committee.
The governor continued that by the time the organised labour visited him, alongside national officials of the congress, the state labour leaders did not even state the salary hiccup but were rather soliciting for other issues.

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