TUC tells President Buhari to resign as oil minister
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TUC tells President Buhari to resign as oil minister

- The Trade Union Congress (TUC) asks President Muhammadu Buhari to step down from his position as petroleum minister

- The president of the TUC, Comrade Quadri Olaleye, urges the president to appoint someone with the ability to direct the petroleum sector for efficiency and effectiveness

- The TUC among other things demands also calls for the reduction of the cost of governance in Nigeria

The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to step down from his position as the oil minister and appoint a technocrat with knowledge about the petroleum industry.

The president of the TUC, Comrade Quadri Olaleye, in a statement sent to Legit.ng urged the president to appoint someone with the ability to direct the petroleum sector for efficiency and effectiveness.

The TUC said it was concerned that about a recent report that the subsidy on petrol had risen to N47.5 per litre, with an expected open market price N180.78.

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TUC asks Buhari to resign from position as oil minister

The TUC urged President Buhari to appoint someone with the ability to direct the petroleum sector for efficiency and effectiveness, credit: PM News
Source: UGC

The labour union, among other demands, also called for the reduction of the cost of governance in Nigeria which it said was highly unreasonable.

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Another issue raised by congress was the Hate Speech Bill. It said the bill was an attempt to silence the poor masses. The labour union noted that it would never support the bill and called on those pushing for it to use their time to pursue a rational agenda.

Meanwhile, the ministry of finance, budget and planning on Monday, December 30, said some civil servants in various ministries, agencies and departments have started receiving arrear payment of the approved minimum wage.

A director at the ministry said some of the workers have already received the payment alerts from their banks.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the director called on the workers to remain optimistic as all arrears will be paid before the end of December as promised by the minister of finance, Zainab Ahmed.

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