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Nasarawa state Governor demolishes radio station he commissioned after workers complained of unpaid salaries


A private radio station commissioned two months ago by the Nassarawa State Governor, Tanko Almakura, was reportedly demolished on the order of the governor after protest of unpaid salaries by the workers.

It
was gathered that the demolition came, after the workers came to the
radio state and pleaded with the Governor, to pay their 5-months salary.

Here’s how a Facebook user, Elizabeth Odeh reported it:

“The nasarawa state governor Gov. Tanko almakura has ordered the urban development to demolish a radio station called Breeze fm 99.9 in Lafia.
STORY..
Lastweek,
the civil servant went on strike for non-payment of salaries for
5month. They came to the radio station to plead to the governor through
media and the radio fm advertised it, to our surprise the urban
development who are ALSO on strike was in the radio station the
following morning to give notice of demolishion base on the governors
order.
This morning they came to the radio station and demolish the building.”

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