The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) is not ruling out strike to reopen stalled negotiations on its demand for better wages, NLC president, Ayuba Wabba, told The Guardian in an exclusive interview yesterday.
“If it becomes necessary to declare a strike action over the minimum wage imbroglio, we would do that.
But it will be communicated appropriately to the rank and file after the meeting of the organised labour,” he said.
The declaration came as the labour movement and its civil society allies meet in Lagos today to decide the next line of action on the suspension of negotiations by government.
The Guardian, September 24, 2018
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