TUC snubs NLC nationwide protest on economic hardship, insecurity

 

The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has said it would not join the leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) in its plan to protest the “mounting hardship and insecurity on Tuesday and Wednesday.”
President of the TUC, Festus Osifo said this at a press conference.The NLC has said it would go ahead with its protest despite the Department of State Services and the Attorney General and Minister of Justice calling the labour leaders to shelve the planned protest.

Osifo said the TUC would continue to engage the federal government and proffer solutions to some of the challenges facing the country.

Osifo outlined a 15-point agenda that the government should consider in other to improve the economic situation of the country.


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