The Trade Union Congress, TUC has made a fresh announcement that might threatened the move of the organised labour, said it will not take part in the nationwide warning strike called by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), scheduled to begin Tuesday.
President of the TUC, Comrade Festus Osifo urged the NLC to intensify dialogue with the government, an approach it has adopted, PM News reported.
“As of today, the need to embark on a nationwide strike hasn’t arisen hence the leadership of congress should intensify the conversation with government so that all grey areas identified could be ironed out within the time frame given”, Osifo said after meeting Labour Minister Simon Lalong.”
Also, the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has declared its support for the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) by ordering its members to shut down all courts nationwide on Tuesday and Wednesday over unplanned fuel subsidy removal.
The National Secretary, L. M. Adetola, made this known in a memo issued on Monday, September 4.
JUSUN directed all Deputy President, Zonal Vice Presidents, Chairmen and Secretary of all its Branches and Chapters, to ensure total lockdown of all the courts.