Abuja - The factional group of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has elected new executives with Joe Ajaero emerging as its national president, Premium Times reports.
Despite the promise made by the newly elected president of the NLC, Ayuba Wabba, who was elected at a rescheduled national elections in Abuja that all the aggrieved members of the body will be pacified, the faction went ahead to form a parallel executive body.
The faction had stated that the electoral process that led to the emergence of Wabba as successor to the former NLC President, Wahab Omar, was flawed by irregularities.
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The General Secretary of the main National Executive Council of the Congress, Peter Ozo-Eson, said at the end of its National Administrative Council meeting in Abuja that a reconciliation committee was set up to woo aggrieved members, who lost during the Delegates Conference back to the fold.
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