The Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC), says it would hold an across the nation challenge on Tuesday over the deferral in transmitting the proposals of the Tripartite Committee on another National Minimum Wage to the National Assembly.
Dr Peter Ozo-Eson, Nigeria Labour Congress General Secretary, expressed this in an announcement made accessible to NAN in Abuja in Monday.
Ozo-Eson, “it ought to be reviewed that the National Executive Council of NLC met on Dec. 17 and coordinated that we hold across the nation assembly of specialists and partners challenge.
“That is, if by Dec. 31, 2018, the bill on the National Minimum Wage presently can’t seem to be sent to the National Assembly to be passed as a demonstration of parliament.
“We quickly reported then that on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, there will be an across the nation mass activation and dissents at the same time over all states in Nigeria. This does not mean a strike.
“It is on record that each time we had cause to set out on a national strike; we state so freely with no quibble.
”Regardless we don’t comprehend where the anecdote about a strike starting tomorrow originated from,” he said.
He noticed that all state boards, offshoot associations and the common society associations have been completely educated and activated to guarantee the achievement of Tuesday’s mass dissents in every one of the states and the Federal Capital Territory.
He included that when a date was chosen for the beginning of a strike in this way, we would illuminate general society properly.