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|NLC To Saraki: The Strike Continues by osinbanjoisaliar: 9:24pm On May 19, 2016|
The president of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Ayuba Wabba and his team, on Friday met for over 40 minutes behind closed-doors with the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, to discuss the ongoing nationwide strike called by labour to protest the fuel price hike. Wabba, told reporters after the meeting that the strike which enters third day on Friday will continue until the Federal Government resumed talks with the NLC under his leadership. He told the Senate president that the apex labour union is ready to resume negotiation with the federal government on the matter if invitation is extended to their members. He denied reports that labour leaders walked out on the government’s negotiation team on Tuesday night. Wabba said, “We are trying to engage government in negotiations essentially about the trade issue, but importantly about the increase in the pump price of PMS from N87 to N145 and we have assured the Senate president that at no point the union leaders walked out on the government. “In fact when those issues were presented and the position of government was made known to us, we did not actually agree and we requested that we excuse them. “thenationonlineng.net/nlc-to-saraki-the-strike-continues/
|Re: NLC To Saraki: The Strike Continues by ganisucks(f): 9:31pm On May 19, 2016|
kinda takes me back to ma days in college. " Aluta Continua. Victoria Ascenta".
|Re: NLC To Saraki: The Strike Continues by Flexherbal(m): 9:57pm On May 19, 2016|
Who are these politicians representing?
|Re: NLC To Saraki: The Strike Continues by edoboy33(m): 9:58pm On May 19, 2016|
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