"Meet Us in 2027": Tinubu Tells NLC, Makes 4 Crucial Statement

"Meet Us in 2027": Tinubu Tells NLC, Makes 4 Crucial Statement

  • President Bola Tinubu has thrown a jab at the NLC over the recent protest by the labour against the hardship in the country
  • Speaking at the commissioning of the redline train in Lagos, the president also made four crucial comments on hardship, corruption and others
  • Tinubu said the labour could not fight his administration, which was just nine months, adding that the union will have to wait till 2027 if they are out for politics

Ikeja, Lagos - President Bola Tinubu has accused the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) of playing politics with its recent protest against hardship in the country, adding that organised labour should know that it is not only the people's voice.

The president made the remark at the commissioning of the Lagos Red Line Train, which connected Oyingbo to Agbado.

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Tinubu knocks NLC for staging protest Photo Credit: Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Joe Ajaero
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Recall that on Tuesday, February 27, the NLC staged a nationwide protest in the country over the refusal of the Tinubu-led federal government to implement their earlier agreement.

Tinubu knocked the Labour in his address, saying that the NLC needed to understand that with its said freedom and rights, his administration was still fresh to stage a war against, Daily Trust reported.

Four crucial comments Tinubu made in Lagos

Speaking further at the event, the president made another four crucial statements:

  1. President Tinubu reiterated that there is no going back on the reforms his administration had embarked upon, adding that he had been resisting the "smugglers".
  2. He also disclosed that corruption is fighting back and expressed the commitment of his government to exterminate it.
  3. Speaking on the current hardship in the country, which resulted from the removal of the fuel subsidies and the unification of the exchange rate, the president begged Nigerians to be patient with him, adding that "here is a very bright light at the end of the tunnel."
  4. Speaking about the redline train, the president said it was the culmination of his vision for the state 25 years ago when he was the state governor, calling on other governors to develop rail transportation development across the country.

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Kalu-Eke rejects Tinubu's CBN appointment

Legit.ng earlier reported that President Bola Tinubu's nominee for CBN board member, Urum Kalu-Eke, has rejected the presidential nomination.

Kalu-Eke was said to have been engaged with some public and private entities, locally and internationally, as reasons for the rejection of the appointment.

Senator Orji Kalu informed his colleagues about Kalu-Eke's absence when he failed to appear for screening before the senate committee.

Source: Legit.ng

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