“Okada riders are sleeping with our wives,” Police constabularies say as they protest 18-months unpaid salary

Personnel of the Nigeria Police Special Constabulary on Wednesday, September 7, stormed the streets of Osogbo, Osun State, to protest the non-payment of their 18-month salary.

The protesting officers, who were in their numbers and uniforms, converged on the Old-Garage area, marching through Oke-Fia, Alekuwodo before storming the Ola-Iya flyover to register their displeasure over the unpaid allowances.

The constabularies recruited to complement the police structure by providing intelligence, among others were inaugurated in May 2021 at Police Headquarters, Osun State after their training in April 2021.

TheNation reports that they carried placards with several inscriptions such as: ‘Pay our salary now’; ‘Okada riders are sleeping with our wives’, ‘Pay us our 18-month salary’, ‘pay us’, ‘Our Stipends And Allowances’ and ‘18 months without kobo’ among others.

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