The President, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Mr Ayuba Wabba, gave the warning in a statement on Friday, in Abuja
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The state chapters of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress and Joint Public Service Negotiating Council confirmed the suspension of the strike in a statement jointly issued in Lokoja on Friday.
The Minister gave the assurance while addressing newsmen on Friday in Lagos.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the notice, which was handed over to the Speaker, Funminiyi Afuye, on Wednesday, threatened to involve all workers in the state.
The state Chairman of Nigeria Labour Congress, Ben Ukpebi, said this in Calabar after a peace accord meeting between the governor and labour leaders over the picketing, which started on Monday.
Labour gave reasons for the suspension in a statement by Yakubu Garba, Chairman, Nigeria Labour Congress, and Tanimu Yunusa, Chairman, Trade Union Congress, in Minna on Tuesday.
The electricity distribution company made the announcement in a public notice posted on its official Twitter account on Sunday
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said this on Friday when he featured on TV Continental call-in programme: “This Morning.”
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission issued the order on Tuesday night
The unions under the Joint Kwara Labour Congress gave the ultimatum in a communiqué issued on Monday in Ilorin at the end of its congress.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress had in the early hours of Monday suspended the strike over increase in petroleum pump price and electricity tariff.
The Deputy Vice President, Nigeria Labour Congress, Amaechi Asogwuni, made this known at a news conference on Sunday in Lagos ahead of the strike.
Labour leaders and the Federal Government had met in Abuja on Thursday to deliberate on the development after organised labour threatened to shut down the economy on September 28, if the hikes were not reversed.
The unions called off the proposed seven days warning strike on Friday after a heated deliberation with the state government in Abeokuta.
The Organised Labour in Kwara State has said the delay in the approval of new minimum wage by Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq was due to his official engagement outside the state.
Organized Labour in Adamawa State has given the state government up to February 25 to conclude negotiations with it over the national minimum wage or face an indefinite strike action.
The Organised Labour in Niger State has suspended the strike it started on February 4 over non implementation of the N30,000 minimum wages.
The Oyo State Government and Organised Labour on Wednesday reached an agreement on the N30,000 minimum wage passed into law by the Federal Government in 2019.
The Nigeria Labour Congress has directed state councils to await directive to engage state governors who fails to meet the December 31 deadline implementation of the minimum wage.
Organised labour on Friday commended the decision of the Federal Government to sanction trade unions that had failed to submit details of their yearly audited accounts to the Ministry of Labour and Employment.