The Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) in Niger State has issued conditions that would necessitate calling off the ongoing strike in the state.
Yakubu Garba, the NLC Chairman Niger state, said that the state government must meet the body’s three-point demand before the strike is called off.
Yakubu Garba said the state governments must pay October salaries to workers, the 80 Civil Servants sacked must be reinstated, and the state governments must remit cooperative deductions to workers.
The NLC Chairman, Garba, disclosed this during his interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) yesterday in Minna, the state capital.
“We held a meeting with the governments team on Saturday night and agreed that local government workers’ October salaries be paid.
“Organised labour also demanded that the state government be made to remit cooperative deductions to workers and 80 civil servants dismissed from service be reinstated,” he said.
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