​Govt Activities Continue Despite Strike Action in Nasarawa 

Nasarawa State Governor, Alhaji Umaru Tanko  Al-Makura
Govt Activities Continue Despite Strike Action in Nasarawa 
Despite the ongoing strike action embarked by a section of Nasarawa  State civil servants, government activities have continue to function efficiently.

Information gathered  reveals that most government agencies that offer social services are still operating and  rendering  services without hitches.
Our reporter  observed that some civil servants under the aegis of Concern Civil servants have equally ignored the strike action and have been reporting to work.
In a chat , the Special Assistant Media and Publicity to state governor, Ahmed Tukur, who  also confirmed  that government activities are going on smoothly, said , most agencies of government that offers critical services   are not  part of the partial labour disagreement.

He explained that the health and tertiary Institutions are fully functional while local government and primary school teachers are seen at their areas of primary assignment.

He added the National Examination Council (NECO) Examinations  was satisfactorily conducted in all the 448 government secondary schools  in the state with the full supervision of teachers and staff of Ministry of Education ,Ibrahim Gambo of the state Ministry of education told our reporter when he visited the ministry that nothing  has stop as government activities are going on  smoothly and more efficiently.

He said already government has commenced the payment of salaries to non striking workers who are seen on their duty post


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