Imo Teachers Begins 7-day Fasting, Prayers Over Delayed Salaries. Members of the Imo State chapter of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has commenced seven-day fasting and prayers in the 647 autonomous communities over non-payment of their three-month salary arrears.
,According to our informant umerah Raphael the NUT gave the directive to commence the exercise in a statement issued by the state Secretary of the union, Godwin Osogwa and made available to journalists yesterday.
Imo Teachers Begins 7-day Fasting, Prayers Over Delayed Salaries
It urged teachers in the state to seek the face of God amid suffering, lamenting that in spite of their plight during the lockdown, they were not paid even as they were compelled to remain at home.
They expressed hope that only the Almighty God would touch the hearts of state government officials to pay them to enable them and their families to feed.
“You are directed to embark on seven-day fasting and prayers,” the statement stressed.