The President of the association, Festus Osifo, made this known on a Channels TV programme: “Politics Today.”
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Benson Upah, Head of Information and Public Affairs in NLC said this in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.
The State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotoso, sounded the note of warning in a statement.
Primate Ayodele in a statement signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, made it known that the country risks a total shutdown if economic hardship persists for the next three months. He explained that individuals will not wait for the NLC or any organization to lead protests anymore; rather, they will storm the streets in their numbers to cry out against the government.
The resolution of the workers’ body was contained in a communique it issued at the end of its meeting on Thursday.
Special Adviser to the President on Special Duties, Communications and Strategy, Dele Alake, said this in a statement
The Committee is tasked to work on provision of solutions to resolve hardship Nigerians are facing due to recent fuel subsidy removal.
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) has commended the Federal Government’s new forex policy that liberalised the exchange rate of the Naira to the dollar.
Speaker of the House of Representatives and Chief of Staff to the President, Femi Gbajabiamila, made this known.
The proposed nationwide strike is to protest against the recent removal of fuel subsidy.
The call is contained in a press statement issued Monday and jointly by the Union’s National President, Comrade Alex Usifo and Secretary, Nuhu Abba Toro, urging the government to increase the minimum wage of workers.
This was part of the outcome of a meeting between the TUC and Federal Government on removal of petrol subsidy
TUC President, Festus Osifo made the call while addressing newsmen at the end of an emergency meeting of the Congress’s National Executive Council (NEC) meeting Friday in Abuja.
This, certainly, is too early an agony for Nigerians to witness with a new administration barely 48 hours in power
The organized Labour bodies in an open letter jointly signed by TUC Secretary General, Comrade Nuhu A. Toro and his NLC counterpart, Comrade Emma Ugbuaja Comrade expressed their concerns over alleged disobedience to court orders and abridgement of fundamental human rights as regards the RTEAN, and NURTW.
The two organisations had earlier threatened in a one-week ultimatum to picket all branches of the CBN.
The picketing and sit-at home order were scheduled to hold from Wednesday, March 29 across the country.
infractions and non-adherence to laid down rules that characterized the just conducted presidential election.
The Congress made the declaration in a press release jointly signed by its President, Comrades Festus Osifo and Secretary General, Nuhu
This is contained in a statement signed by the Chairmen of the NLC in Osun, Jacob Adekomi, that of the Trade Union Congress, Adekola Adebowale and Lasun Akindele, Chairman, Joint Negotiating Committee in Osogbo.