Connect with us

News

Amosun retires OGTV, OGBC General Managers

Published

on

Amosun presents N345.4bn budget for 2018

The Ogun Government has announced the retirement of the General Managers of the State Television (OGTV), Mr Dele Bolujoko, and State Broadcasting Corporation (OGBC), Mr Tunde Awolana.

The government on Wednesday advised the affected managers to proceed on compulsory retirement from the public service.

The Head of Service, Abayomi Sobande, said in a statement in Abeokuta that Gov. Ibikunle Amosun had accepted the notices of voluntary retirement of the affected general managers.

Sobande said the retirement of the general managers took immediate effect.

“On behalf of the Governor of Ogun State, I wish to seize this opportunity to appreciate the contributions of these General Managers to the development of the state and wish them success in their future endeavours.

“The most senior management staff of the two government Agencies are hereby directed to take over the Management of the Agencies pending further directives from the office of the Head of Service,” he said.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the workers of OGBC on Wednesday embarked on an indefinite strike over unpaid four months salaries by the management of the station.

Aside the salary arrears, the workers claimed that their pension deductions from 2012 till date, totalling about N50 million, were not remitted.

However, the workers commended the governor for graciously approving increase in the payment of monthly subvention to the station from N3.5 million to N10 million.

NEWSVERGE, published by The Verge Communications is an online community of international news portal and social advocates dedicated to bringing you commentaries, features, news reports from a Nigerian-African perspective.The Verge Communications (NEWSVERGE) is fully registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as a corporate organization.

Comments