The Ogun State Salary Earners Cooperative Thrift and Credit Union on Monday passionately appealed to Governor Dapo Abiodun to pay their seventeen months outstanding cooperative deductions, to enable members survive bad economic hardship in the country.
Penpushing reports that, the union made the appeal in a statement issued and signed by the President, S. B Tanimola and A.A Ajayi(General Manager) respectively, adding that non remittance of the deductions is causing them untold hardship.
The union said it has lost number of their members, while many of their children have been stopped attending schools as a result of the ugly development, adding that number of letters had been written to the Governor, the Head of Service and Commissioner for Community Development and Cooperative, but no positive response till date.
‘We appeal to the Executive Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun to please look into 17 months outstanding cooperative deductions owed our members, to reduce the number of deaths recorded among our members’, the statement reads
Penpushing further reports that, the body emphasised that they could not take care of the tuition fees of their children, and take care of their extended family, as well as inability to give out loans to members due to the development.
‘We passionately beg the Governor to reduce the rate children of our members are dropping out of schools, due to non0remmitance of cooperative deductions running to billions of Naira, and inability of our members to take care of their immediate family and extended family welfare, as well as inability to give out loans to our cooperative members’
‘After series of letters were written to His Excellency, the Head of Service and the Commissioner for Community Development and Cooperatives and others, there was no response’, the worried union emphaised
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