Breaking: Nigerian Labour Congress Suspends Planned Nationwide Strike
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has suspended its planned strike over the hike in fuel price as a result of subsidy removal and demand for increment of salary.
Naijacrawl had earlier reported that the Nigerian government delegation again summoned the leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC to a meeting at the Presidential Villa Abuja over the grievances emanating from the fuel subsidy removal and increment of salary.
Meanwhile, at the end of the meeting, NLC announced that some measures had been put in place and an agreement was reached for the strike not to go on as planned.
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Resident Doctors suspend indefinite nationwide strike
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Resident Doctors Suspend Nationwide Strike
The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has suspended the nationwide industrial action.Dr Aliyu Sokumba who is the President of NARD confirmed this yesterday evening.Dr Sokumba made it known that the union will review the progress made in talks with the Federal Government in two weeks.It will be recalled that on Wednesday, the Federal Government and the doctors reached an agreement in a bid to end the industrial action.During the meeting which almost too...
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