Strike: Labour Instructs Workers to Step Up Momentum

NLC has lauded Nigerians for the success of the Day One of the ongoing nationwide strike

  • NLC commends Nigerians for outcome of strike
  • Affiliate unions have decided to participate in the strike
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The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has lauded Nigerian workers for the success of the Day One of the ongoing nationwide strike.

The General Secretary of NLC, Emma Ugboaja disclosed this in a circular to its state councils and affiliated, titled Indefinite nationwide strike: A great beginning.

Meanwhile, the Association of Senior Staff of Banks, insurance and other Financial Institutions have decided to join the ongoing nationwide strike declared by the organised Labour.

Recall that Dockaysworld reported that NLC had declared a nationwide strike following the assault of its president, Joe Ajaero.

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