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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by anonimi: 7:36pm On Sep 15, 2016
kenbee:
See talk, just because Peter Obi have already done the savings for you

Is Peter Obi in the corruption-fighting All ProgreTHIEF Criminals, APC party?

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by ceecee02: 7:37pm On Sep 15, 2016
soberdrunk:
IT IS WICKED TO OWE WORKERS "AT ANY TIME"........ angry angry
at anytime especially during recession.

Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Montaque(m): 7:37pm On Sep 15, 2016
From a governor properly so called.
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by RottenTomato: 7:37pm On Sep 15, 2016
Where are the Brown roofians?

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by anonimi: 7:42pm On Sep 15, 2016
AtlanticBreeze:
This is why we have been paying our workers. It is wicked to owe workers at a time like this.

Someone should ask Obiano if there is a time when it is NOT wicked to owe workers?
Why do these politicians take all of us for FOOLS?
Are we really all their 200 million mumus?



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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by odiks: 7:43pm On Sep 15, 2016
Okezie Ikpeazu you don hear..... You are a wicked man for owing my parents who are working in your state 7 months salary.

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Nobody: 7:49pm On Sep 15, 2016
Get rid of half government workforce and hand them interest free loans to venture into business, nigeria don't need all this much workers.
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by anonimi: 7:51pm On Sep 15, 2016
soberdrunk:
IT IS WICKED TO OWE WORKERS "AT ANY TIME"........ angry angry

I thought that I was the only one who saw that stupidly foolish statement. angry
Since we do not exercise adequate control and accountability on our public SERVANTS whom we pay and give so much privileges, we ca expect they will abuse us as they wish anytime.



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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Nobody: 7:54pm On Sep 15, 2016
steppin:
Go collect am!
who's this dolt?...tse ba puo joor
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Mosesoly(m): 7:59pm On Sep 15, 2016
Anambra state is owing corpers,we have less than 3weeks to go,please Governor Obiano come to our Aid,we need the money to start something for ourselves,But truly Anambra State pays their workers on time.

Willie is Working.

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by steppin: 8:00pm On Sep 15, 2016
Cousim:
who's this dolt?...tse ba puo joor
Bite me!
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 8:01pm On Sep 15, 2016
Hagm0nd:
gradually you're loosing it.
How southwest became your perpetual headache beats me,what about bayelsa,an oil producing state owing civil servants and workers their salaries?
At least we have modern infrastructures to show for it.
Better go and pack poo in ogbete market.

Afonja excuses.
which state doesn't have infrastructures?
What concerns infrastructures with governors that loot workers salaries?

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by kenbee(m): 8:07pm On Sep 15, 2016
anonimi:


Is Peter Obi in the corruption-fighting All ProgreTHIEF Criminals, APC party?
He is a bona-fide member of Nigerian favorite PDP!

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by ajbabs(m): 8:09pm On Sep 15, 2016
anonimi:
Abeg can someone call Ogbeni AreGbese, that fridge repairer who is renting Bola Ige house, Osogbo.
He must listen to this.



Nigeria is a federation.
In the best states of Osun, Ogun, Kwara, Rivers, Edo, Borno and Oyo were all under " pre - APC" party at one time or the other between 2011- 2015 when Nigeria had "oil boom."
Honest question to you now. Did these states save for the raining days? Rather, some of these states plunged their states into big debts (states like Osun, Ogun etc) such that these APC and even PDP states had to look up to the little reminate save by the previous administration as payout fund.
What I am trying to say is that our (political) leaders have failed us irrespective of their party affiliations.
Aregbe collected the "oil boom" allocations and he still plunged the state into unprecedented debt of over #200 billion without tangle projects that commiserate with the allocations he has collected and the loans he obtained. God will punish him.

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by popcykaylah(m): 8:10pm On Sep 15, 2016
Please help us tell Mr fayose the pomo buyer that..

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by adconline(m): 8:18pm On Sep 15, 2016
It's criminal cod these governors had been given monthly allocations earlier to pay salaries
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Paperwhite(m): 8:21pm On Sep 15, 2016
anonimi:


Did we not elect them?
Do we not allow them to MISrule us?
Were they not ordinary folks like us before now?
Therefore, if our leaders looters are wicked, it is because we the followers are equally wicked.







This is epic!

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Abagworo(m): 8:33pm On Sep 15, 2016
Obiano is right but he should raise the minimum wage of his State from 11500 to 18k as obtained in most States and harmonize the salary by grade levels. Peter Obi cleverly avoided minimum wage and added money for civil servants without harmonization thereby saving Obiano from a challenge other governors are now battling with. He should just pay them their peanuts and stop making noise.
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by NairaMaster1(m): 8:34pm On Sep 15, 2016
mrvitalis:
No wonder wike is owing

Wike your nightmare
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Doug07034780891(m): 8:37pm On Sep 15, 2016
Hopeless jobless b.astard go and focus on your broke, useless and worthless imo state that can't even pay salary for close to 1yr now despite huge loans and FG bailouts.

I have people in the Anambra civil service and the state is paying the highest in the SE with the recent increments by Obiano.


Abagworo:
Obiano is right but he should raise the minimum wage of his State from 11500 to 18k as obtained in most States and harmonize the salary by grade levels. Peter Obi cleverly avoided minimum wage and added money for civil servants without harmonization thereby saving Obiano from a challenge other governors are now battling with. He should just pay them their peanuts and stop making noise.

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by EMMAUGOH(m): 8:38pm On Sep 15, 2016
This man is current in what is happening in his state.. Over 150 people were killed in Anambra owing to fire incidence in two major localities... And seing him endorse a solution like these immediately means he is actually in line with what is happening in his state

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Doug07034780891(m): 8:49pm On Sep 15, 2016
He is just trying to remind hopeless governors like Okorocha whose state is an ordinary state to endeavor to pay his workers if not his state will remain worthless..LOL


ceecee02:
at anytime especially during recession.
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Doug07034780891(m): 9:02pm On Sep 15, 2016
**See below Anambra minimum wage in 2015 before Obiano further increased it..while labour was then pushing Obiano to move it to 50k.



Mr Jerry Nnubia, the Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) in Anambra , says that the current minimum wage being earned by workers should be increased to N50,000 monthly from its present N18,000.

Nnubia told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Awka, capital of Anambra, that the increment became imperative following the “harsh” economic realities in the country.

Nnubia said that the minimum wage was long overdue for an upward review.

“At the time we negotiated for a minimum wage of N18, 000, a dollar was exchanging for N140, but a dollar exchanges for between N220 and N240 now.


“The cost of living; accommodation, transportation and food items has also gone high, making it difficult for salary earners to take care of their basic needs,” he said.

NAN also reports that the Association of Senior Civil Servants last month also demanded a minimum wage of N46, 000 for workers.

Its Secretary-General, Mr. Bashir Lawal, in Lagos State, said that the existing N18, 000 minimum wage could not meet the socio-economic demands of workers.

According to Nnubia, the Federal Government’s fight against corruption will further help to improve the economy.

He urged the Federal Government to review its housing policy for workers, noting that civil servants had not benefitted from the existing housing scheme despite their monthly contributions to the scheme.

“The current contributions of workers to the national housing scheme should be made to work,” he said.

He commended Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra for his positive dispositions towards workers’ welfare, but noted that more still needed to be done in the state.

“Anambra workers are full of expectations that Obiano will put smiles on their faces by fulfilling his promises of increasing salaries,” the unionist said.

http://www.naijaurban.com/nlc-chairman-wants-minimum-wage-increased-to-n50000/


http://freedomonline.com.ng/nlc-chairman-wants-minimum-wage-increased-to-n50000-monthly/

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by passyhansome(m): 9:21pm On Sep 15, 2016
anonimi:


Did we not elect them?
Do we not allow them to MISrule us?
Were they not ordinary folks like us before now?
Therefore, if our leaders looters are wicked, it is because we the followers are equally wicked.








Please let's enlighten them one way traffic thinking people

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by anakkidon: 9:22pm On Sep 15, 2016
nice one my able governor bt one thing..pls we need roads in places lik iyiowa, awada, 3_3 etc this will help attract more buildings nd bring rulal development. .these roads are short..nd will nt take govt dt much..
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by goshen26: 9:30pm On Sep 15, 2016
Pls tell Aregbe, building schools when the teachers that will teach in d same sch are dying of hunger
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by siempere(m): 9:30pm On Sep 15, 2016
Tell that to d crying governor of Enugu....he even owes Corp members.....all pensioners are crying...
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by HMZi(m): 9:51pm On Sep 15, 2016
Samuel Ortom that loves invocking JESUS and leaves his people in hunger,please take note..you are wicked according to obiano.

Benue People are hungry and dying because of non payment of salaries/pensions,crime is on the increase too.
.
.Gov.obiano,thank you for exposing the wickedness of ur fellow governors who delibrately REFUSE to live up to their responsibilities..

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Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Nobody: 9:56pm On Sep 15, 2016
Willie is beginning to make just too much noise, his predecessor left a healthy treasury and a fairly organized governance structure for him, he hasn't done much of anything himself. Since when did paying workers salaries from taxpayers money become an extraordinary feat?
Re: It’s Wicked To Owe Workers In Recession — Obiano by Opharhe: 9:57pm On Sep 15, 2016
Abagworo:
Obiano is right but he should raise the minimum wage of his State from 11500 to 18k as obtained in most States and harmonize the salary by grade levels. Peter Obi cleverly avoided minimum wage and added money for civil servants without harmonization thereby saving Obiano from a challenge other governors are now battling with. He should just pay them their peanuts and stop making noise.
Abagworo I've been observing you for sometime now on political matters and I'm sorry but it appears you've lost it totally. Who's Rocha's compared to Obiano? Like comparing bicycle technology with Aeronautic technology.

With people like you around, all I can say is may God help us.

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