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Mobilizing for showdown after Oct 16 — TUC

The Trade Union Congress, TUC, has disclosed that the organised labour has commenced mobilization of workers for a lockdown of the country if the federal government fails to abide by the signed N30, 000 minimum wage on both parties’ final meeting scheduled for October 16.

Comrade Igbokwe c Igbokwe TUC chairman Enugu state, disclosed that the union already issued directives to its organs and it’s state.

He wondered why the federal government is probating and re-probating at the same time. He said that Nigerian workers are not happy with the development and they are ready to down tools at the end of October 16 if the government fails to make do with their promise.

 Speaking in Enugu, Igbokwe said that Nigerian workers are no longer comfortable with the delay in the implementation of the new minimum wage already signed into law.

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In his final remark, comrade igbokwe said they received a letter from the national leadership of TUC union to start mobilizing october16 if government fails to meet up with their promise calling workers to strike.  

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