The three-day warning strike embarked upon by the workers of Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has been suspended immediately.
A statement endorsed by the Special Adviser to the Permanent Secretary, Aminu Bisalla, Babajide Ilotogen explained that it is sequel to the tripartite agreement reached between the Federal Ministry of Industry,Trade and Investment, the management of CAC and the leadership of Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations, Civil Service, Technical and Recreational Services Employees (AUPCTRE).
The agreement, which was signed at the conference room of the Permanent Secretary resolved that the salary differential of nine per cent will be paid from January 2014 to date and that the management will ensure immediate approval from National Salaries Income and Wages Commission (NSIWC) for implementation and payment of the nine per cent within three months from the date of the agreement.
It was also agreed that a committee will be reconstituted to bridge the gap in the salaries between the executive and non- executive staff within three months from the date of the agreement.
Furthermore, Bisalla is requested to reconvene another meeting in May 2017 to consider the effect given to the agreements and other administrative issues raised by the workers.