Ogun Workers Organise Fasting/Prayer Over Unremitted Cooperative Deductions 




Members of the Ogun State Salary Earners Cooperative Thrift and Credit Union Limited have embarked on a three-day fasting and prayer exercise in order to address the issue of unremitted cooperative deductions by the state government. 


The announcement was made in a press statement made available to journalists on Friday through the union, urging all workers to participate in the spiritual endeavor.


The statement disclosed that the purpose of the fasting and prayer was to seek divine intervention to touch the heart of Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, to ensure the payment of the outstanding 21 months' worth of cooperative deductions from workers' salaries.

The union hopes for God's protection, preservation, and good health for all its members, praying that those who have passed away without receiving their unremitted cooperative deductions find eternal rest, while their families find solace and strength in coping with their loss.

They also seek healing for those currently battling sickness, enabling them to receive their long-awaited cooperative deductions.

The Ogun State Salary Earners Cooperative Thrift and Credit Union Limited emphasized that the spiritual exercise is mandatory for all workers' cooperative members in Ogun State. By coming together in prayer and fasting, they aim to demonstrate their unity and collective resolve in seeking a resolution to the unremitted cooperative deductions issue.

The fasting and prayer scheduled to take place from Monday, February 12th to Wednesday, February 14th, 2024, the fasting and prayer period aims to achieve several objectives, the statement concluded.

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