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Monday, February 26, 2024

NLC President Ajaero Says 2 Day Protest Will Go On As Planned..

The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, has insisted that its planned protest for Tuesday and Wednesday over “mounting hunger and insecurity” in Nigeria will go on as planned.


NLC President Joe Ajaero disclosed this in a statement on Sunday.
Ajaero accused the Federal Government of allegedly trying to use an amorphous group, the Nigeria Civil Society Forum, NCSF, to attack its members during the rallies.
He vowed to ensure a total shutdown of Nigeria through the withdrawal of services by workers if any of its members were attacked during the protest.
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17 comments:

  1. Hope it will be a peaceful protest and not sabotage.

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  2. I just hope this will work cos it seems NLC is afraid of Tinubu

    Zendaya

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    1. You should read a bit more to know who will actually be affected directly by strike action. People actively advocating for their own hardship.... SMH.

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    1. How won't it bring more hardship? Did the strike against subsidy under GEJ make life easier for anyone? Did the slapping around of the head of NLC and the strike that followed directly affect any bigwig in Imo or Nigeria? Is this removal of subsidy not what Ajarro himself campaigned on when he left aluta work to be campaigning for the importers who promised to remove subsidy on day one?

      I keep telling people to ask AASU why they resumed work without invitation. If NLC is ready to explain how their members ran the refineries, Ajaokuta and other government holdings aground, and why they have not gone on strike in states where the current 30k has not, even being paid since inception years ago, reasonable people will listen and remind them that there is nothing in the bag. Nigeria has eaten it all as free lunch and every citizen is complicit due to unwise subsidy regimes of the past decades, of whichlabourwas a huge beneficiary.

      People who have a rich sense of history will do well to stay home and guard the relatives, especially female and the little provisions they have because those who are not opportune to hold 30k per month government jobs will be looking to take advantage as usual.

      Those with stores should focus more on selling than making profits because once the looting starts, little to nothing will remain.

      The moment you begin to excuse animalistic behaviour and encourage a sense of entitlement in people, you initiate a vicious cycle of chaos that will have to be fueled by those who court it.

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  4. I have given up on protest in Nigeria, it doesn't yield anything. It is like a waste of time, you go just go fry yourself inside sun.

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  5. Hnmmmm......Will anything good come out of this protest? I've given up on NLC tey tey.

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  6. I wish the evil people won't hijack the protest like they did that year

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  7. No be NLC again?
    I laugh in swahili不不不

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    1. 不不. Expect it to be called off Monday night after a closed door meeting. TUC have collected their own. NLC is waiting for a juicer offer.

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  8. If it goes on, APC may send thugs to infiltrate it,it's their stock in trade,it happened to Endsars

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  9. Nobe today we don they hear about this strike..

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  10. The Federal govt has paid us 3 months wage allowance from September to Nov 2023
    By the end of this February 2024 we will get the remaining part of 105k. Each is 35k before the will fix the new minimum wage.

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  11. Do you know that I am a testifier . Hmm my people of God I went to market on Saturday around after 5pm & I prized a roll of big tissue papers & I was told that the prize was four thousand five hundred naira (#4,500.00). I tried calling the people that usually help me to buy this particular thing to know if it's expensive but their phones were switched off. So I left & and went to sit a bit with someone from my place that sells in this particular market. After discussing the prize with her, I decided to go & make the purchase. On getting there I gave her my credit or ATM card & faiam her POS machine debited me. While I was checking to decide the particular roll to select because I was continuous of selecting a neat one, the seller told me that I am very luck that the prize just increased to four thousand eight hundred naira ( #4800.00) because they called her to inform her of the new prize.
    Praaaaaaaaa praise thy Lord Alleluia
    The most complex B

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  12. Funny set of people, protest indeed.after close door meeting,dem go change mouth

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    1. When you understand the consequences of industrial action, you will rejoice as a direct beneficiary of that "change of mouth".

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