Minister of Works, Dave Umahi, on Thursday, barred late-arriving workers from entering the premises. Subsequently, when the gate was eventually unlocked, the employees, including those from the Housing and Works Ministry, opted not to enter the ministry.
Instead, they gathered at the entrance gate, demanding that the minister address them. They alleged that the minister had obstructed the work of engineers and directors, and had violated public service regulations since taking office by appointing consultants to manage the ministry.
The protesting employees chanted slogans such as “Umahi Must Go” and expressed their frustration, particularly for those who lived far away and faced challenges in arriving at the office early.
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