COVID-19 Lockdown: Workers Protest Against Chinese Company’s Maltreatment In Ogun

Workers Protest Against Chinese Company in Ogun OnoBello

A Chinese firm in Ibese area of Ogun state has been reportedly attacked by some of their workers who protested against the company’s decision to lock them within the premises as part of Federal Government’s lockdown directive, TheCable reports.
In the video which has since gone viral, the “youth” were, however, said “to be angry because they were hungry”. It also appeared the protesters were destroying some parts of the company’s facility. “No more management. This management should have sorted this since yesterday, pay us at least two-two month salary.” some protesters could be heard saying.

Abimbola Oyeyemi, police spokesperson in Ogun, told the news outlet that it was an issue between the company and its workers, and not a case of angry youths going about to destroy Chinese facilities as the video is being portrayed in some quarters.

See the video below.

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