Shoprite workers protest alleged maltreatment in Ondo

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Workers at Shoprite Mall in the Akure, Ondo State on Tuesday morning embarked on a protest against what they described as an inhuman treatment by the management of the company.

The staff, who gathered in front of the mall to protest at about 8 am on Tuesday alleged that the company had been treating them like slaves.

The protesters, who were singing various solidarity songs, were armed with placards with different inscriptions such as ‘Say no to modern slavery’, ‘They want to abandon us and run’, ’10 years of service without entitlements, and they want to run, ‘ among others.

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