He added that as a result of the failure of the e- call-up system and lack of solution in sight, the group has issued a 21- day ultimatum to the government to either fix the problems or the members will embark on industrial action.
The ultimatum lapses on Thursday, 10th June 2021.
Olaleye said members of the group from different unions and associations that make up the body have started approaching the leadership of the union to prevail on the federal government to bring back the Opeifa- led task team.
According to him, the team was already getting it right before it was asked to quit even as he accused the government of not allowing the operators of ETO to learn from the team before it was disbanded.
“That is why most of the union members come to me and start agitating that we should tell the presidency to bring the President-General task team, that they support it.
“If Government wanted to succeed abinitio, they should have arranged a merger between TTP and outgoing presidential team and allow the presidential team to midwife the operation for like six months,stabilise the system and then withdraw them but there was no link between them.
“There was no synergy between them meanwhile Presidential Task Team had already understood the system, they should have allowed them to show them the way, nurture them and show them the way and all these things we are experiencing would have been a thing of the past because it was Opeifa that suggested that there should be TTP.”
Meanwhile, Olaleye has also condemned the slow pace of work on the port access road, saying the project was taking too long to complete.
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