It is an irony. While some sacked workers in Delta State are up in arms against the state government, others are in joyous mood after they received employment letters for teaching jobs. DOMINIC ADEWOLE, in Asaba, reports on the controversy that has become employment in the state While some indigenes of the state are crying, protesting, weeping and gnashing, threatening fire and brimstone over the annulment of their employment into the state’s civil service, some others are smiling home with offer of employment by the state government. The 3,000 workers that were recruited at the twilight of the Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan-led administration in 2014 but were sacked by his successor, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa because their employment was allegedly fraught with fraud and irregularities have renewed hostility against the state government. Ironically, 1,014 newly employed indigenes of the state have rolled out their drums of joy and appreciation to the governor, whom they referred to as “Ekwueme-gburugburu” for keeping to his promises. The sacked workers vowed to overrun the streets of Asaba, the state capital with their family members, well-wishers and benefactors, if nothing was done a...