Organised Labour Says No Going Back on Protest/Strike
The organized Labour has declared that there is no going back on the nationwide strike and protest scheduled for Monday on the recent increase in the pump price of petrol and increase in Electricity Tariff.
Also, the labour centre has declared that it is yet to be served with the injunction restraining it from going ahead with the action tomorrow.
The Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress in Oyo state, Comrade Collins Adeniji while speaking with Correspondent Kunle Ojo in Ibadan on Sunday says all stakeholders including civil society groups, traders among others have been mobilized for the action.
While justifying the actions of the organized labour the NLC Chairman disclosed that Nigerians have been deceived adding that the government has failed in its responsibility of ensuring a good life for the masses as a result of numerous anti-masses policies and programmes.
He called on all Nigerians to troop out en mass tomorrow and reject the recent increase in the pump price of petrol and electricity tariff.