The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, on Sunday said the umbrella body of labour in Nigeria has not received any court notice not to embark on a national protest tomorrow.
The NewsGuru.com, TNG reports that the scheduled nation wide protests by organised labour has denied receiving any notice restraining them from embarking on strike tagged ‘mother of all protests’, against hike in fuel price and electricity tarrif.
Speaking with journalists after a meeting with the House of Representatives Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila, NLC President, Ayuba Wabba said:
“We have not received any court order restraining us from embarking on tomorrow’s strike and so we are giving the Federal Government till midnight to reverse pump price and electricity tarrif or face the scheduled strike.
He further explained that ” the Federal Government failed to obey a court injunction restraining them from increasing electricity tarrif.
Meanwhile, more than 16 unions across the Nigerian economy have given notice to their members to embark on strike on Monday (tomorrow).