Following the walk out on Federal Government by organised labour during a meeting to resolve the issues of Petroleum price increase and electricity tariff, Labour has said there was no strike option on the table, The Nation has said.
Addressing newsmen on Monday in Abuja, Deputy President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Joe Ajaero, said the walk out was an expression of anger over the government’s insincerity in handling the issues under contention.
Stressing that labour could not on its own declare strike without engaging members and following due process, he said contrary to citizen’s reactions, the labour movement has not lost focus.
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