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RTC Workers Decries 8 Months Of Sitting At Home Without Salaries, Appeals To Gov. Wike To Allow Franchise Of The Company To Enable Them Go Back To Work

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Staff of the Rivers state road transport company is appealing to the governor Nyesom Wike to consider the plight of over 300 staff of the company in the lingering closure of RTC.
The state secretary of the Amalgamated union of public cooperation civil services Technical and Recreational employees, (Aupter) Christiana Okon at the inaugural meeting of the union said since they were asked to stay at home for eight months without salaries, the are going through untold hardship.
She appealled to the governor to reopen the park so that these 300 indigenes of Rivers State can go back to work and feed their families.

Some of the staff who spoke to correspondent Anita Ogona said other parks are operating in the state and appeals to the governor to restore the franchise of the company to enable them go back to work.

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