There Will Be General Strick In Nigeria On Wednesday 18th of may 2016 Over Subsidy Removal

According To NLC There Will Be General Stricke In Nigeria On Wednesday 18th of may 2016 Over Subsidy Removal

Due to the recent sudden increment of fuel in Nigeria by Buhari government, NLC has decide to go on stricke in Nigeria on Wednesday 18th of may 2016.. According to NLC the stricke will last till forther notice, they won’t be there won’t be sales of any thing such market, fuel station etc. Read below how and when the stricke will take place.

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Today, the Nigerian Labour Congress have sent a memo through Nigeria Union of local government employees directing all workers to embark on an indefinite strike and subsequently protest slated on Wednesday 18th of may, 2016.

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However, Vanguard reports that the Nigeria Employers Consultative Association have faulted Labour Congress alleged indefinite Strike. They have further urged private sectors employees to ignore the strike directive by the Nigerian Labour Congress.

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On Saturday,The National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE) said on Saturday it would stand strongly in support of the federal government’s resolve to fully deregulate the downstream sector of the Nigerian oil and gas industry.

NLC President, Ayuba Wabba, told reporters in Abuja that the policy, which resulted in the hike in petrol price from N86.50 per litre to N145, was rejected because it was “unrealistic, unaffordable, and unacceptable.”

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But, NAAPE, in a contrasting opinion, described the deregulation policy as a step in the right direction, pointing out that although it was long overdue, it was better late than never.

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