Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo has agreed with the leadership of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), to immediately recall all suspended workers and stop everything about concession in the State.
The National President of NLC, Ayuba Wabba, read the statement to the protesting workers shortly after the conclusion of their negotiation with the Imo State Government.
The statement was signed by A. N. Eluwa -Solicitor General of Imo, for the government, Chairman NLC in Imo, Austin Chilakpu, Chairman, TUC, Ezeji Ezeji and eight others for the NLC.
Mr. Wabba directed the workers to suspend the protest and go back to work.
The agreement stated that government would source for funds to pay workers which would be verified by the joint committee of government and labour.
According to the agreement, government would fund its operations with not more than 30 per cent of the verified revenue for the month.
The committee would apply the balance of 70 per cent in the settlement of salaries of public servants and pensioners.
Economic and social activities had come to a halt in Owerri following a mass protest organised by the NLC.
The organised labour had shut down the Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport, all ministries and offices, including the LGAs and the state Secretariat as workers trooped out for the protest.