The National Union Of Local Government Employee (NULGE), Oyo State chapter, has called off its protracted sit at home order issued to its members across the state.
The Oyo State chairman of NULGE, Comrade Bayo Titilola Sodo made this disclosure on Tuesday, 18th February,
Sunrise Bulletin recalled that call by the union to its members to stay away from work was as a result of the face off between the embattled Association Of Local Government Of Nigeria (ALGON), Oyo state chapter and the Oyo state government over a forceful attempt to reclaim local government administration in the state.
Following the envisaged crisis that may emanate from the face off, NULGE ordered its members to stay away from the local government offices pending when the issue is resolved.
It appears the coast is now clear for resumption as the caretaker chairmen inaugurated by governor Seyi Makinde has since resumed office and carrying out administration without hiccups across the 68 local government and local council development areas (LCDAs).
The chairman of NULGE has therefore, ordered immediate resumption back to work across all local governments and LCDAs on Wednesday.
He said “I wish to inform you that the on going STAY AWAY FROM WORK has been suspended today 18th February, 2020 as agreed at the SEC meeting.
“To this development, all workers are enjoined to kindly go back to their various offices as from tomorrow 19th February, 2020.”