PENSION BILL: OGUN ASSEMBLY TENDERS APOLOGY TO LABOUR - Prestige Newspaper

PENSION BILL: OGUN ASSEMBLY TENDERS APOLOGY TO LABOUR

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Ogun House of Assembly has apologized to labour and the state workers for its speedy passage of the new pension reform law 2020 into law without an input from the organized labour.

According to Rock city FM, the new pension reform law 2014 still remains valid Pension’s law in the state until the dispute over the pension’s reform law 2020 is resolved between labour and the state government.

Hon. Olakunle Oluomo, the speaker, in a statement explain that the house hastily passed the bill as a request from the state government for it’s to access the proposed N200 billion bond from Nigerian Stock Exchange.

Oluomo added that the executive arms of government made provisions for the proposed bond to defray the gratuities, owned retired workers since 2012.

He said “Am happy that Gov. Dapo Abiodun is yet to ascent to the bill” and promised to further engage the labour to agree on the areas that should be amended and returned to the Assembly.

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