September 28 Strike: Nigerian govt, Labour meeting postponed

Nigerian govt, Labour meeting postponed

The meeting between the Federal Authorities and the Organised Labour over the hike in gasoline price and electrical power tariff has been postponed till Monday September 28.

Labour unions had fixed the similar day to start a nationwide strike.

Every occasions met in Abuja on Thursday nevertheless did not attain an settlement.


Ayuba Wabba, President of the Nigeria Congress (NLC), confirmed that discussions would proceed.

“The discussions will proceed on Monday, by 3 p.m,” NAN quoted him as saying.


However, the Nationwide Industrial Courtroom has granted an interim injunction restraining the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Commerce Union Congress (TUC) from embarking on an industrial movement.

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Justice Ibrahim Galadima granted the order pending the listening to and willpower of the Motion on Uncover.

He restrained the unions, their officers, associates, privies from stopping staff and totally different Nigerians from accessing their workplaces.

Galadima ordered the Inspector Frequent of Police and the Director Frequent, Division of State Suppliers (DSS), to protect staff at workplaces from harassment by NLC and TUC.

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