Lagos - The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has warned that the organised labour would resist any attempt by the government to further impoverish Nigerians with increase in fuel prices, reports Vanguard.
Abdulwaheed Omar, President of NLC, who issued the threat notice called on the government to take full responsibility for the scarcity and take decisive steps to restore normalcy urgently.
He noted that the scarcity of the product and long hours at fuel stations in queues had clearly slowed down workers’ productivity.
He said the labour movement is worried that prices had continued to increase with a litre of fuel selling between N500 – N800 in the parallel market.
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