Minimum wage: Osun Labour threatens to beat up anti-union workers

The N18,000 minimum wage crisis is yet to be resolved in Osun State, where a strike has hit the seventh day.

Labour leaders are threatening to beat up any worker, who reports at work.

Some civil servants reported for work yesterday.

At a meeting held in Fakunle Comprehensive High School yesterday, sources said, labour leaders instructed union members to put horsewhips in their bags and beat up any civil servant, including their senior colleagues, found at work today.

The government urged workers to beware of “sponsored agents hiding under the guise of minimum wage agitation.”

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