Nationwide protests with NLC will maintain September 28 – TUC

The Commerce Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) says the nationwide protests scheduled for September 23 has been moved to September 28.

TUC Chairman in Lagos State, Gbenga Ekundayo, spoke to the Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday.

He mentioned the postponement was for a unified protest with the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC).

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The union chief mentioned the federal authorities and organised labour had been but to succeed in an settlement on the brand new costs of electrical energy and petrol.

“TUC’s ultimatum ended at this time, NLC’s ultimatum will finish on September 28. These are two ultimatums, and the labour motion shouldn’t work that means. We’ve got to harmonise our strikes collectively.

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“On the nationwide degree, it was agreed that we collapse collectively, as an alternative of beginning one thing now and one other becoming a member of. It was agreed that all of us wait until September 28,” he mentioned.

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