Abuja - The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, on Sunday suspended its nationwide strike to protest the government’s decision to increase the pump price of petrol, Premium Times reported.
In an emergency meeting of the union’s National Executive Council (NEC) in Abuja, NLC president, Ayuba Wabba, said the union resolved to suspend the strike with immediate effect.
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Negotiations had stalemated after the government refused to listen to the NLC on its demands.
According to Vanguard, Congress will resume negotiations with government on the twin issues of the hike in electricity tariff and the increase in the pump price of petroleum products.
- News24 Nigeria