NLC Strike: Wabba says he's ready for negotiation

NLC Strike: Wabba says he's ready for negotiation

Ayuba Wabba, the national president of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), not far afield off from Thursday, May 19, said that the congress was ready to negotiate bearing in mind the federal admin. 

He disclosed this in the National Assembly Abuja, though briefing newsmen after a closed-admission meeting along furthermore the leadership of the Union and Bukola Saraki, the Senate president. He said that the strike would continue as the governor had yet to believe out to the hold for negotiations. 

Wabba as well as said that linked amid media reports, he did not mosey out of any mediation meeting subsequent to the federal bureaucrat optional add-on happening that the sticking together had not period-fortunate any formal invitation for any meeting by now the strike commenced.

“The Senate leadership called us to brief them about what transpired and where we are now, which we have already done. 
“This is also to confirm because there has been media reports that we had been invited and we refused to attend meetings. 

“We said no, we have not received any formal invitation for any meeting arising from the walkout. “The strike is still on but we are open to dialogue,” he said.
Wabba-led faction had embarked upon industrial exploit and row since Wednesday due to the hike in fuel price from N86.50 to N145 per litre.

Although, the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the Joe Ajaero-led NLC faction withdrew from the industrial involve ahead. 

Saraki in his comments said that the NLC has shown adherence for dialogue, supplement that the National Assembly will acquit yourself its role in resolving the crisis. 

However, the Senate upon Wednesday after a closed-entrance meeting, directed its committee upon Labour to mediate between the federal handing out and labour unions to resolve the differences.
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