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Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 6:51pm On Nov 07, 2023
Ajaero took to Street protest as part of his contribution to the Labour Party Governorship election campaign in his home state of Imo. And had a street fight with his opponents.

The declaration of November 14th as Nationwide Strike in honour of that shameless outing is Political and has nothing to do with the welfare and wellbeing of the Nigerian Workers and masses who are out there toiling to put food on the table.

What happened in Imo, should stay in Imo.

States should disassociate themselves from this insensitive declaration. The NLC is not Ajaero personal property.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by HIGHESTPOPORI(m): 7:08pm On Nov 07, 2023
netpro:
Ajaero took to Street protest as part of his contribution to the Labour Party Governorship election campaign in his home state of Imo. And had a street fight with his opponents.

The declaration of November 14th as Nationwide Strike in honour of that shameless outing is Political and has nothing to do with the welfare and wellbeing of the Nigerian Workers and masses who are out there toiling to put food on the table.

What happened in Imo, should stay in Imo.

States should disassociate themselves from this insensitive declaration. The NLC is not Ajaero personal property.
And who will takes a zomby like you serious?

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 7:11pm On Nov 07, 2023
HIGHESTPOPORI:
And who will takes a zomby like you serious?

What happened in Imo State has nothing to do with Nigeria workers welfare. He can continue his protest in Imo State.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by favor914: 10:56pm On Nov 07, 2023
HIGHESTPOPORI:
And who will takes a zomby like you serious?
Your Papa.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Chimarto: 11:52pm On Nov 07, 2023
favor914:
Your Papa.
Eyaaaa this is how low you have descended!

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by valentineuwakwe(m): 12:03am On Nov 08, 2023
netpro:
Ajaero took to Street protest as part of his contribution to the Labour Party Governorship election campaign in his home state of Imo. And had a street fight with his opponents.

The declaration of November 14th as Nationwide Strike in honour of that shameless outing is Political and has nothing to do with the welfare and wellbeing of the Nigerian Workers and masses who are out there toiling to put food on the table.

What happened in Imo, should stay in Imo.

States should disassociate themselves from this insensitive declaration. The NLC is not Ajaero personal property.


You call hope uzodinma and police brutality on a national labour leaders street fight?
Let God judge you for this!

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 12:22am On Nov 08, 2023
valentineuwakwe:



You call hope uzodinma and police brutality on a national labour leaders street fight?
Let God judge you for this!

Was it inside the desert?

He took his nuisance to his home state. How does that concern the rest of the country?

As they say about Vegas, what happened in Imo State, should stay in Imo.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by MrALIVE: 12:23am On Nov 08, 2023
Shut up you APC supporter.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by FreeStuffsNG: 1:03am On Nov 08, 2023
netpro:
Ajaero took to Street protest as part of his contribution to the Labour Party Governorship election campaign in his home state of Imo. And had a street fight with his opponents.

The declaration of November 14th as Nationwide Strike in honour of that shameless outing is Political and has nothing to do with the welfare and wellbeing of the Nigerian Workers and masses who are out there toiling to put food on the table.

What happened in Imo, should stay in Imo.

States should disassociate themselves from this insensitive declaration. The NLC is not Ajaero personal property.
Certainly, Lagos state will not join the strike and I am sure that South West and the North will not too.
Labour Party has lule pii again, they should try another Trojan horse as this one has failed.

Anyone who is aggrieved should go to court if they have their facts and evidence. The National Assembly will be held liable for not doing its job of protecting our democracy if they don't enact law that will separate NLC from Labour Party

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by DatNiggaDaz: 1:13am On Nov 08, 2023
This nonsense will get to the frontpage. .
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by ican2020: 4:51am On Nov 08, 2023
NLC President fighting for workers and was brutalized by police and you are here tagging the proposed strike as political
You need help fast to save you from jumping into the market naked

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by SIONKPO1(m): 4:55am On Nov 08, 2023
Did you read the Reasons for the proposed strike?
Uzodinma messed up big time,please let's try to be objective and not political always
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 9:23am On Nov 09, 2023
Ajaero is deploying all elements and structures of NLC to campaign against the Imo State government in favour of Labour Party, it is all good and fine.

Economic activities grounded, State government being handicapped, blackmailed and blamed. It is all good and fine.

Civil service and work grounded. Violence encouraged and celebrated. It is all good and fine.

Nobody should cry blue murder if things reverse

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Ikaeniyan0: 9:42am On Nov 09, 2023
netpro:
Ajaero took to Street protest as part of his contribution to the Labour Party Governorship election campaign in his home state of Imo. And had a street fight with his opponents.

The declaration of November 14th as Nationwide Strike in honour of that shameless outing is Political and has nothing to do with the welfare and wellbeing of the Nigerian Workers and masses who are out there toiling to put food on the table.

What happened in Imo, should stay in Imo.

States should disassociate themselves from this insensitive declaration. The NLC is not Ajaero personal property.
The strike by LP and the labour unions will fail woefully.

You can see government no send them.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 9:46am On Nov 09, 2023
Ikaeniyan0:
The strike by LP and the labour unions will fail woefully.

You can see government no send them.

It should not be allowed to stand.

One thug cannot be allowed to hijack a forum meant for the welfare of all Nigerian workers to pursue person vendetta.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Ikaeniyan0: 9:50am On Nov 09, 2023
netpro:


It should not be allowed to stand.

One thug cannot be allowed to hijack a forum meant for the welfare of all Nigerian workers to pursue person vendetta.
A
Sane Nigerians won't go on strike because of Ajaero who's working for the LP.

APC will win the governorship election in Imo state and the strike next week will fail

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 11:50am On Nov 09, 2023
Imagine NLC locking up Abuja airport today because of Imo State governorship politics.

When government responds, nobody should come crying.
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Ikaeniyan0: 11:56am On Nov 09, 2023
netpro:
Imagine NLC locking up Abuja airport today because of Imo State governorship politics.

When government responds, nobody should come crying.
They will surely cry on social media.

Ajaero is now turning himself to a nuisance.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Wallade(m): 12:28pm On Nov 09, 2023
netpro:
Ajaero took to Street protest as part of his contribution to the Labour Party Governorship election campaign in his home state of Imo. And had a street fight with his opponents.

The declaration of November 14th as Nationwide Strike in honour of that shameless outing is Political and has nothing to do with the welfare and wellbeing of the Nigerian Workers and masses who are out there toiling to put food on the table.

What happened in Imo, should stay in Imo.

States should disassociate themselves from this insensitive declaration. The NLC is not Ajaero personal property.

Let me give you a scenario:

If the thee Nigerian police brutalize your governor or president. What would you suggest?

What is the implication? How would you react to the development?
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Wallade(m): 12:33pm On Nov 09, 2023
valentineuwakwe:



You call hope uzodinma and police brutality on a national labour leaders street fight?
Let God judge you for this!

"Netpro" is not being critical, logical and objective. When the police attacks an NLC president and get away with it, they can do that or more to anybody and then the country is finished.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 12:36pm On Nov 09, 2023
Wallade:


Let me give you a scenario:

If the thee Nigerian police brutalize your governor or president. What would you suggest?

What is the implication? How would you react to the development?

What happened in Imo State should stay in Imo. 3 governorship elections are holding this Saturday. Why only Imo? Because Oga Chairman has vested interests.

Since he brought thuggery into this campaign. Beating is now the measuring baseline throughout his days as NLC Chairman.
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 12:41pm On Nov 09, 2023
Wallade:


"Netpro" is not being critical, logical and objective. When the police attacks an NLC president and get away with it, they can do that or more to anybody and then the country is finished.

I don't condole what happened to him. I am against transfer aggregation and the punishment of over 200 million Nigerians economically. Especially at a critical time like this.
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Wallade(m): 12:42pm On Nov 09, 2023
FreeStuffsNG:

Certainly, Lagos state will not join the strike and I am sure that South West and the North will not too.
Labour Party has lule pii again, they should try another Trojan horse as this one has failed.

Anyone who is aggrieved should go to court if they have their facts and evidence. The National Assembly will be held liable for not doing its job of protecting our democracy if they don't enact law that will separate NLC from Labour Party

I want to see the states that will not join the strike.

The level of thuggery, hostility, lawlessness, killings, kidnappings and wickedness in Imo state is ridiculous.

Especially when the governor and Nigerian Police is involved.
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Wallade(m): 12:44pm On Nov 09, 2023
netpro:


I don't condole what happened to him. I am against transfer aggregation and the punishment of over 200 million Nigerians economically. Especially at a critical time like this.

Who is punishing or transferring aggression to the 200 million people?
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 12:48pm On Nov 09, 2023
Wallade:


Who is punishing or transferring aggression to the 200 million people?

NLC threatened to shut all economic activities in Nigeria come November 14th because of the Imo beating. And today, NLC locked up Abuja airport.

For more than a week now, no light in Imo State because of NLC.
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 12:50pm On Nov 09, 2023
Wallade:


I want to see the states that will not join the strike.

The level of thuggery, hostility, lawlessness, killings, kidnappings and wickedness in Imo state is ridiculous.

Especially when the governor and Nigerian Police is involved.

And if any state choose not to join the strike, what will you do?

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Wallade(m): 12:51pm On Nov 09, 2023
netpro:


What happened in Imo State should stay in Imo. 3 governorship elections are holding this Saturday. Why only Imo? Because Oga Chairman has vested interests.

Since he brought thuggery into this campaign. Beating is now the measuring baseline throughout his days as NLC Chairman.

Unfortunately, the desperate governor and Nigerian Police with support of whoever got the intimidation and violation of fundamental human rights approach wrong when they chose to victimize the president of NLC. They need to be made to understand that it is unacceptable and will not be excused.

They must face the consequences. The Nigerian Police reluctantly reacted with replacement of the CP of IMO state despite the outcry. That indicates that the Federal Nigerian Police may also be involved in the plan to dehumanize, attack and violate the NLC president.

I am not a fan of the various labour unions but I respect the unions and will never treat the president of a union in that manner.
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Wallade(m): 12:53pm On Nov 09, 2023
netpro:


And if any state choose not to join the strike, what will you do?

We shall see. Besides, I am just one person not the entire union.

How many people do you want to fight, beat, whip-inyo-line, intimate and dehumanize?
Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by netpro(m): 12:57pm On Nov 09, 2023
Wallade:


Unfortunately, the desperate governor and Nigerian Police with support of whoever got the intimidation and violation of fundamental human rights approach wrong when they chose to victimize the president of NLC. They need to be made to understand that it is unacceptable and will not be excused.

They must face the consequences. The Nigerian Police reluctantly reacted with replacement of the CP of IMO state despite the outcry. That indicates that the Federal Nigerian Police may also be involved in the plan to dehumanize, attack and violate the NLC president.

I am not a fan of the various labour unions but I respect the unions and will never treat the president of a union in that manner.


Let their madness be limited to Imo State. Trying to shut down Nigeria is what I am against. If they proceed with the threat, NLC will get what it is looking for. There will surely be a proper beating.

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Re: Opinion: The NLC Nov 14th Strike Is Political Not About Workers Welfare by Hyperchi(m): 12:58pm On Nov 09, 2023
So becoz Nlc is part of what formed LP so it makes them working for them. And what hope did to the NLc chair is like fighting workers coz the strike for their pay.
Why will him hold them up to now. Most govt use this time to be in good book, but this one stick to who he is. So it is wrong for him to send ppl to beat the man.

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