Abuja - The Trade Union Congress has urged Federal
Government to not increase the price of petrol as this will improve the lives
of Nigerian's, Vanguard reported.
This comes after the Nigeria Labour Congress proposed of a
petrol price increase in a News24 article.
TUC President, Bobboi Kaigama, stated in Lagos that the
proposed increase of N145 should be resisted.
Also read: NNPC dismisses reports on increase in fuel prices
Kagama further states that "the economy is already on
it's knees and suggest government reduce the cost of governance."
The call of minimum wage review for workers had not been
settled therefore the organisation feels it would be unfair to increase the
Government has been urged to enhance local production and
build more refineries to maintain the stability of foreign exchange.
For more on this story visit Vanguard