Soldiers on duty allegedly opened fire on the staff of Tai Solarin College of Education,TASCE, who were demanding for their 30 months unpaid salaries.
According to Olaoluwa Okutubo,who shared photos of the wounded staff on April 29, the soldiers acted on the order of the Provost, Adeola Kiadese.
Meanwhile, a Non-Governmental Organisation, Kakaaki Ijebu Voice, has appealed to the Governor - elect of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun , to pay the 30 months salaries owed to the staff of Tai Solarin College of Education , upon assumption of office to enable the members of live normal lives.
The organisation , which made this known at a briefing held in Ilorin on Tuesday, through its National Coordinator , Rotimi Oduyoye, and the Publicity Secretary, Olu Olawemimo , said it behoved on it to set the agenda for the new administration to ensure the needs of the people are met.
"As much as we understand the herculean task ahead , expect this government to pay Tai Solarin College of Education staff salaries lingering for over 30 months . We expect the government to focus on the cleanliness of the environment ; refuse dumps on the street should be things of the past, particularly in Ogun East Senatorial District. We urge the governor- elect to follow the legacy of the first civilian governor of the state , Chief Bisi Onabanjo , in developing all divisions in the state and even surpass his legacy. We also charge him to consider youth and women empowerment as a priority" he said.