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Friday, December 26, 2014.

'Sheer Insensitivity & Totally Unacceptable'
Ogun Guber Hopeful, Dimeji Bankole Sympathies With Workers Over Gov Amosun's Inability To Pay Salaries Before Xmas.

Former speaker of the Federal House of Representatives and Ogun state gubernatorial hopeful, Dimeji Bankole has sympathies with workers over inability of re election seeking helms man, Ibikunle Amosun to pay salaries before christmas.

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With the failure of the Ogun State government to pay the salaries of civil servants therefore blighting their festive season, the Dimeji Bankole movement has empathised with civil servants in the state

Dimeji Bankole

and implored them to be patient as this would be the last year ever they would suffer such forced hardship.

In a statement issued last night by the movement , he said it was patently and viscerally insensitive for the Governor Ibikunle Amosun administration not to pay the workers at this time of the year.

"It smacks of sheer insensitivity and it is totally unacceptable for any government not to pay the wages of its workforce at any time of the year, much more as they depart for the Christmas and New Year celebrations. We feel for our people who have been subjected to this hardship due to the wrong decision they made in 2011 but I promise that this would not subsist. They cannot continue this way. Our people deserve better than they are getting," Bankole stated.

While urging the civil servants to remain calm and stoic and just bid their time for the better days ahead,

The movement  averred further that it has become more obvious that the Amosun administration has lost the modicum of humaneness that had sustained it over the past years.

Consequently, they further urged the people to endeavour to collect their Permanent Voter's Card, PVC, in readiness to vote out Amosun next year and therefore bid goodbye to poverty.

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