Ogun Government Deploys Police To Lock Out Pensioners During Protest

The Ogun State Government has locked out protesting pensioners on the Governor’s Office at Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.

The pensioners, beneath the auspices of the Local Government Pensioners Association of Nigeria (LOGPAN), led by their Chairman, Sikiru Ayilara, have been protesting non-payment of gratuities, lateness and non-increment of their month-to-month pensions and discrimination towards them and the state pensioners by the Governor Dapo Abiodun authorities.

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On June 10, 2021, the aged protesting pensioners have been additionally locked out of the workplace of the Governor of Ogun State, in Oke Mosan, Abeokuta, the state capital.

The protesters who have been armed with placards with completely different inscriptions met a brick wall because the safety brokers locked the principle gate towards them.

The aggrieved aged protesters had made recognized their plan to picket the federal government secretariat by sleeping and cooking in entrance of Abiodun’s workplace. While the event left staff stranded and the federal government actions have been paralysed momentarily.

There is a heavy presence of safety brokers together with the police, who’re on standby to make sure no person goes into the secretariat.

“We got orders from above to put the two gates under lock and key,” a few of the safety brokers revealed.

No authorities official is on sight to take care of the aggrieved pensioners.

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Ogun Government Deploys Police To Lock Out Pensioners During Protest

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