Shehu Sani, a former Nigerian senator has spoken about Nigerian workers’ fate in the State of Kaduna.
At the same time, the politician lauded Kaduna employees for starting a strike. He said that the strike was a step for the workforce, adding that the state governor mass sack of workers has jeopardize the living conditions of workers and Kaduna citizens.
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Sani stated in a statement available to DAILY POST in Abuja that bandits live in better conditions than Kaduna workers. He called on the governor to bring back the workers.
The statement said: “The strike action embarked upon by the NLC in Kaduna is commendable.
“The mass sack of workers in Kaduna state has turned them into destitute, walking corpses and further aggravated the security situation in the state.
“Workers strikes and protest are fundamental and democratic rights and should be respected by the state government and the security apparatuses in the state.
“It is immoral for any government to build any economic structure with the bones of famished people.
“Kaduna bandits are living better than Kaduna workers.
“I call on the Government of Kaduna to reverse the unjust massive retrenchment.”
A strike led by the leadership of Nigeria Labour Congress was started on Monday by Kaduna State workers following threats by the State Government to arrest Ayuba Waba.