The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria ( TUC ) on Saturday advised state governors who could not address workers’ problems to resign.
The TUC President, Mr Bobboi Kaigama, said in Lagos that workers could no longer vouch for state governments that non-payment of salaries was as a result of lack of funds.
He said that the non-payment could be due to corruption.
Kaigama made the TUC’s views known while addressing journalists after the union’s National Executive Council (NEC) meeting. He said that it was only the Lagos State Government that had been regularly paying workers’ salaries and allowances.