The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), on Wednesday, announced an end to its two-day warning strike, asking its members all over the country to resume work tomorrow
The NLC)s two-day warning strike begins Tuesday, September 5. Stay tuned for Legit.ng's live updates as the workers protest against the removal of fuel subsidy.
A prominent lawyer, Bulama Bukarti, said the NLC strike may prevent the presidential election tribunal from delivering its judgement on Wednesday, September 6.
Videos have emerged online showing officials of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and some workers in Ondo state fighting to enforce the 2-day warning strike.
PDP chieftain, Reno Omokri, has condemned NLC's 2-day warning strike, noting that the timing, which clashes with the tribunal's judgement day, is suspicious.
The Trade Union Congress said it will not take part in the nationwide strike called by the Nigeria Labour Congress, scheduled to begin Tuesday, September 5.
NLC has boycotted negotiation meeting with President Bola Tinubu-led federal government which was convened by Simon Lalong, Minister of Labour and Employment
The federal government says it has scheduled a meeting with the leaders of organised labour for 3pm on Monday to avert the looming strike action in the country.
At least seven state chapters of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) has confirmed readiness to join the planned two-day warning strike across the 36 states