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Edo LG workers turn beggars to raise money for Christmas

By News Express on 21/12/2015

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Workers of Egor Local Government Area in Edo State have taken to begging for alms in other to be able have funds to celebrate Christmas.

The workers who are being owed ten months’ salary by their LG Council missed out on the Federal Government bailout due to failure of their officials to meet the Federal Government deadline to submit their claims.

They said though the state government has promised to find a solution to their plight, they needed to raise money to celebrate Christmas.

They said since they can no longer protest, they have decided to take to begging for alms to help their colleagues celebrate Christmas.

Although their begging seemed to be getting some response, it was obvious much more needs to be done for the workers to celebrate the yuletide like some of their colleagues. (Channels TV)

Source News Express

Posted 21/12/2015 8:41:32 PM





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