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NLC to Proceed with Nationwide Protest Despite Failed Government Meeting

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) President, Joe Ajaero, remains steadfast in the decision to proceed with the nationwide protest against the current state of the economy, despite the federal government’s last-ditch attempt to avert the strike. The closed-door meeting held at the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation ended in a […]

National Assembly Commits to Addressing Labour Demands in 7 Days

The National Assembly (NASS) has assured the organised Labour that it will thoroughly review and address their demands within the next week. This pledge came during a mass protest organized by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) at the National Assembly Complex in Abuja on Wednesday. Senate President Godswill Akpabio, […]

Avoid Economic Disruption, Private Sector Appeals To FG, NLC

The Organised Private Sector of Nigeria (OPSN) is urging the Federal Government and labour unions to take concerted efforts in preventing any disruption to socio-economic activities. In a statement issued by Mr. Segun Ajayi-Kadir, Head of the OPSN Secretariat in Lagos, the collective comprises five business membership organizations: the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, the Nigerian […]

Senate Urges NLC to Halt Impending Fuel Subsidy Removal Strike

The Senate has issued an appeal to the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), urging them to suspend their impending strike concerning the removal of fuel subsidy and instead continue negotiations with the Federal Government. This resolution by the Senate came after they considered and adopted a motion during their plenary session on Monday. The motion, titled […]

NLC Threatens Strike Over Fuel Price Hike

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has threatened to cal out its members on a nationwide protest over the recent increase in the pump price of  premium motor spirit otherwise known as petrol. Rising from a meeting on Tuesday, labour leaders gave President Bola Tinubu’s administration a seven-day ultimatum to reverse what they consider “anti-poor” policies. […]