Normalcy has returned to the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees, NULGE, as the newly elected Ondo State President of the Union, Comrade Bola Taiwo assumed duty following the resolution of the Union’s issue by the state House of Assembly.
Report says , normal activities were going-on at Union’s Secretariat at opposite ilesa garage in Akure as the new President assumed his official duties.
Comrade Bola told reporters that his emergence was in line with the NULGE constitution and commended the state Assembly led by Bamidele Oleyelogun for backing out of the Union’s issue.
The NULGE President appealed to members of the union across the eighteen local governments to maintain the peace and unity in the interest of the larger members and the Union.
Comrade Bola said, “as you can observe, am performing my duties without any problem, any member that is aggrieved should follow the Union’s constitution in ventilating any issue. Ondo NULGE is not in any leadership crisis”.
He noted that “my emergence followed due process and our constitution, state House of Assembly has no business in labour Union’s matters, we have our internal mechanism of resolving any issue”.
It was reliably gathered that the speaker, ondo assembly Bamidele Oleyelogun had reversed the Assembly’s action of suspending NULGE activities.
The house took the decision at a plenary presided over by the embattled Speaker, Mr Bamidele Oleyelogun and attributed the suspension to a petition submitted to the house for deliberation and investigation by some aggrieved members of the union.