Non compliance with NFIU order; Kogi LG workers issue 5-day ultimatum to DLGs, Treasurers



Local government workers in Kogi state have issued a five day ultimatum beginning from Monday 15th July to Friday, 19th July, 2019 to Directors and Treasurers of Local Government councils in the state to comply with the demand of council Workers, for strictly compliance to the Nigeria Financial Intelligence Unit, (NFIU), guidelines which stresses the need to accord workers monthly salaries/allowances topmost priority.

The ultimatum was contained in a communiqué issued at the end of a meeting held by leaders of Kogi Central Branch Union Forum and signed by the forum chairman of NULGE, NUT, NASU, M/HWUN, NANNMS, NUP.

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In the communiqué, the joint union leaders who called on DLGs/LGTs to comply with their earlier demand without further delay, assured of their preparedness to take all necessary actions in ensuring their compliance with the NFIU directives/guideline in respect of the payment of 100% workers and retirees monthly salaries, pensions and allowances respectively.

The joint union leaders further warned, saying, “failure to comply, we shall be compelled to invite the EFCC, ICPC and the NFIU to carry out investigations as to why workers and pensioners have been placed on percentage salaries and pensions since January, 2016 till date”.

The communique dated 12th July, 2019 and addressed to DLGs/LGTs was copied the state chapter of relevant trade unions, security agencies and NFIU, Kogi State chapter.

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It would be recalled that leaders of Kogi Central Branch Union Forum last week issued a joint statement calling for strict adherence to the NFIU guidelines and advocated for 100% payment of their monthly salaries/allowances.Efforts made by the forum to get the information disseminated to workers in various Local Governments in Kogi Central resulted to a clash between workers of some local governments in the area and suspected political thugs.

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