Unconfirmed reports have it that Ondo workers who are currently being owed a backlog of salaries by the state government are bracing up for an indefinite strike in advocacy for their entitlements.
Government workers in Ondo State will as from tomorrow begin an indefinite strike over non-payment of five months salaries.
According to a source from the labour union, workers are expected to stay away from work until the oustanding arrears are paid.
All government hospitals in the state will equally be shut down.
But reacting to the report, an aide to the Governor who does not want his name in print told DAILY POST that the workers are still in a meeting with the government, and it will be too early to conclude that they will embark on an indefinite strike tomorrow. He advised the reporter to wait till the outcome of the meeting.