NLC to start strike this midnight

NLC, ASUU demands compliance

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NLC, ASUU demands compliance


NLC,ASUU demands compliance. The Organised Labour comprising of the Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress have written their affiliates such as the Academic Staff Union of Universities, National Union of Electricity Employees, Nigeria Union of Teachers, Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics among others ahead of the planned nationwide strike scheduled to begin midnight, November 14,2023.

The letter to the affiliates was jointly signed by the National Zecretary of the NLC, Emmanuel Ugboaja and the Secretary General of the Trade Union Congress, Nuhu Toro.

“In furtherance of the decision of the Joint National Executive Council of NLC and TUC, all workers in Nigeria are hereby directed to withdraw their services effective 12midnight today, November 13, 2023,” the letter stated.

“As a result, all NLC/TUC affiliates and state councils are directed to issue circulars for maximum compliance, which should be made available to the National Secretariats or posted on the NEC and WC Whatsapp platforms.”

“While we shall update you with developments as they unfold, do remain assured of our commitment to Nigerian workers and people.”

According to the PUNCH, the Labour Centres have announced the start of the statewide strike.

The strike is to protest the battering of the NLC President, Joe Ajaero and some other executives of the congress in Owerri, Imo State on November 1, as well of the pending labour issues in Imo State.


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