The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, has given the Federal Government a seven-day ultimatum to reverse all alleged anti-poor measures, including the recent increase in the price of petrol at the pump, or face an indefinite statewide strike from August 2.
In light of this, the NLC has instructed all of its affiliates and state councils to start organising employees and other Nigerians—including supporters from civil society—for a protracted strike and large-scale demonstrations in the event that the government does not comply with its demands.
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This was one of the decisions made at the NLC’s Central Working Committee, CWC, meeting on Tuesday, July 25, according to information obtained by Objectv Media.
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