In a remarkable display of solidarity, the Coalition of South East Youth Leaders (COSEYL) has successfully rallied an impressive number of individuals in the region. With their unwavering determination, COSEYL has managed to mobilize a staggering two million people to partake in the nationwide protest organized by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC).
In a breaking news update, it was revealed that the NLC (Nigeria Labour Congress) and the Trades Union Congress, TUC, have officially designated today, Wednesday, as the day for their highly anticipated strike and nationwide mass protests. The decision to take such action stems from the widespread hardship experienced by the public as a result of the recent removal of fuel subsidies.
In a development that has captured national attention, the Federal Government has made a decision in response to the ongoing dispute with organized labor. Following an intense two-day meeting between the two parties, which unfortunately concluded in a deadlock on Tuesday, the government has taken action.
The NLC and TUC have jointly called for palliatives and other measures to address the impact of the fuel subsidy removal on Nigerians.
In a statement regarding the upcoming protest scheduled for Tuesday, NLC President Joe Ajaero expressed that organized labor sees no justification for halting the intended nationwide demonstration.
In a recent development, Ajaero has come forward to address the public following a stalemate in the latest meeting of the Presidential Steering Committee on Palliatives held at the Aso Rock Villa in Abuja.
In a resounding show of solidarity, the Coalition of South-East Youth Leaders (COSEYL) has thrown its weight behind the recent decision made by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC). In a statement released on Wednesday, COSEYL’s President General, Goodluck Ibem, expressed unwavering support for the protest, citing the immense hardships endured by Nigerians as the driving force behind this collective action.
In a recent statement, it has been revealed that a staggering two million members have been mobilized to lend their unwavering support to the nationwide protest organized by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and various other groups within the country.
In a nation heavily reliant on fuel and petroleum products, Nigeria’s economy hangs in the balance. Any decision or policy that leads to an increase in the price of these essential commodities is poised to have a profound impact on the Nigerian people.
In a strong show of solidarity, a group of individuals has come forward to express their unwavering support for an ongoing protest aimed at safeguarding the Nigerian population from the brink of extinction. Recognizing the immense hardship and suffering endured by their fellow citizens, this collective has pledged its complete backing to the cause.