“Labour was, however, not happy with the slow pace at which the issue of the N30,000 wage was being handled by the government,” NLC and TUC said.
“We have observed, with concern, the increasing incidents of banditry, kidnapping, robbery in the country. The air, rail and road transport systems are no longer safe.”
“The strike is justifiable but ASUU should also know that negotiations are always a win-win situation and not winner takes all.”
“The government has a window period till August to fulfil the agreement entered into in the MoU or leave us with no option than to go on strike.”
The group said government at all levels should be more concerned about ensuring the peace and security of every citizen.
Bayelsa chapter of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) says Douye Diri and Babajide Sanwo-Olu are the best workers-friendly governors in Nigeria.
The Nigerian youth are fighting back with vigor and defiance because it’s their only chance to live.
The unions meet tonight to go over the resolutions reached by government and labour leaders Sunday night.
An official says it is an injustice for the government to increase electricity tariff and fuel prices.