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Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Labour Threatens To Shut Down Oil And Power Sectors

 There are strong indications that the gale of industrial unrest in the country may worsen on Friday as affiliates of United Labour Congress of Nigeria, ULC, including Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, and National Union of Electricity Employees, NUEE, are set for a nationwide strike.





Among other affiliates of ULC that may down tools are National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers, NAAPE; National Union of Banks, Insurance and Financial Employees, NUBIFIE; Nigeria Union of Mine Workers, National Association of Aviation Professionals, Steel and Engineering Workers Union of Nigeria; Iron and Steel Senior Staff Association of Nigeria; Nigeria Union of Railway Workers; Private Telecommunications, Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, Nigeria Union of Shop and Distributive Employees.


ULC in a statement, yesterday, in Lagos by its General Secretary, Didi Adodo, gave the hint, noting that the Federal Government was yet to address the concern of its members, following a 14-day ultimatum issued to the Federal Government through its Central Working Committee, CWC, which expired Friday, September 8, 2017.


ULC said mobilisation for the strike nationwide had begun, adding that state councils and affiliates were on red alert to ensure that if the Federal Government remained unyielding to members’ demands, they shall be compelled to embark on strike across the country.


Our demands
According to the statement, “once again, we reiterate these demands as follows: *That Federal Government bans the stationing of the Army and Police in our workplaces and factory premises.


*That the government should demand that the Federal Ministry of Labour sets up a task force immediately to carry out factory inspections as most of our factories are death traps.


*An immediate review of the privatisation of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN, to save Nigerians the agony of suffering under the suffocating darkness which the GENCOs and DISCOs have foisted on the nation among other demands.”


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6 comments:

Beloved said...

Na real wa

Cute hajia Omo Mummy said...

Hmmmm... ASUU strike, SSANU, DOCTORS,LABOUR, NASU and now these, make una kwantinue..

Anon 123 said...

Where is this country heading to? God please do not abandon Nigeria. We need your help in this country more than ever

Chike TEFLON said...

Buhari regime happens to be the worst in Nigeria history.
Where are the people saying he is better than GEJ?
Where the people saying we should give him time?
One day we will hear that Nigeria will shut down.
Anyway, buhari can't even look after himself not to talk of Nigeria.
Buhari you are the worst failure in the history of. Nigeria.

Mitchelle Uchendu said...

Eh don red

Not anonymous said...

Maybe if everything stands still for a bit, Buhari would know that things have fallen apart.

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