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Oyo pensioners cries out, Ajumobi owes us N62.5Billion

Oyo pensioners cries out, Ajumobi owes us N62.5Billion 


A lot of criticism has continued to flaw the administration of Ajumobi in Oyo state. The last one that has got so many people talking is the non- remittance of Pensioners money in Oyo State, both in arrears of gratuities and pensions, which totals N62.5 billion.
The Secretary, Nigerian Union of Pensioners (NUP), Oyo State chapter, Segun Abatan and Secretary, retired Primary School Teachers, Comrade Tunji Ogunwale, who spoke with journalists in Ibadan Sunday, said unpaid pensions and gratuities to retired primary school teachers and civil servants had made it difficult for retirees in the state to rest after labour.
Abatan, who berated political office holders who award themselves life pensions after serving for only four years, said workers should also be made to serve for four years and get life pensions, stating that it amounts to cheating and exploitation of the common patrimony by the political class to do nothing for the people yet enjoying life pensions and what is good for the goose is also good for the gander.
According to him, “It is workers today, pensioners tomorrow. How can somebody serve for four years and continue to take life pension? If that is it then we want to propose that workers should also serve for four years, get out and take their pension for life.
“What is good for the goose is also good for the gander. Let us see if the economy of this country is going to sustain it.”

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