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NLC Accuses TUC of Backing Out of Warning Strike

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NLC Accuses TUC of Backing Out of Warning Strike

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The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has expressed disappointment with the Trade Union Congress (TUC) for not participating in its recent two-day warning strike.

NLC president Joe Ajaero criticized the TUC, stating that a trade union cannot withdraw from an industrial action it did not initiate.

Ajaero emphasized that the NLC is the leading labor organization in Nigeria and is capable of taking action independently if necessary.

He also mentioned that each union has the right to issue its own strike notice, and the NLC would not object if the TUC decided to do so.

The NLC had given the federal government a 21-day ultimatum to address various demands, including petrol price hikes, minimum wage review, and payment of lecturers’ salary arrears.

The TUC was the only union that attended a meeting arranged by the government to resolve these issues.

This article was updated 5 months ago


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