Too many of the work force in the country currently are unpaid a monthly wage. Some as far as a year.
it is hard to imagine that a workforce continues to work for the Government but does not get compensated for the time and effort they put into that job.
This is illegal in so many ways and breaches the fundamental human right.
State Governors for some reason are unable to pay civil servants and face no backlash from the workers.
Humanitarian aid – solves nothing unfortunately it is a sink hole for the most part that only those running the NGO’s and Non profits tend to benefit from.
Haven lived in the West for most of life, I’m unable to phantom the idea of not being able receive payment for the job that you are employed to carry out. Especially working for the government.
It is unthinkable to imagine that those in high positions in public office unfailingly get a wage at the end of the month but the workers who are the ground hogs that do all the work to keep the machine oiled and working get absolutely nothing for their efforts.
I do not understand how you can say to a workforce they will not be paid this month because there is no money to pay them. In addition there is no time frame as to when or how long the non salary payments would last.
— The National TimesNews (@NatimesNews) November 27, 2018
As with everything in the country that bad, is like a domino effect. This appalling habit is viewed as the norm in the country and many other African countries like Cameroon; many private businesses and firms have follow suit demanding absolute commitment from their staff while paying them little to nothing at all for months.
To hear a friend tell you they have not been paid in six months is nothing short of baffling. For the life of me I do not know how they survive that long whilst still going to their so called place of work day in day out.
— The Informant247 (@TheInformant247) November 27, 2018
Religion – A party to this nonsense if you ask me. Personally they have failed their congregation and i bet God is ashamed of us all.
Their favourite scripture remains pay your tithe and offerings to receive blessings from the lord who will multiply it. Look around you the pastors and government ministers are no different; they remain in positions of power whilst the populace go hungry and with nothing but hopes and dreams.
With one generation worse than the other its no wonder our kids today are addicted to drugs and violence. I do not cast blame on them solely.