FUEL SUBSIDY REMOVAL: NLC To Commence Nationwide Strike

Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has planned to commence a nationwide strike scheduled to begin August 2, 2023.

Recall that court order barring the congress from going on strike in June is still on.

The congress noted that it could not fold its arms while Nigerians continued to suffer the effects of subsidy removal.

NLC added that the effect of the subsidy removal has led to untold hardship.

Tinubu administration dragged the labour congress to court earlier in June to prevent a nationwide strike.

Speaking with Punchng, the national treasurer of the NLC, Hakeem Ambali, said, “Yes. We issued a seven-day ultimatum to the Federal Government to conclude all negotiations with labour or face industrial action yesterday by the Central Working Committee.”



Another national official noted that the public would be intimated on other plans shortly.

Details later…

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