Alhaji Tajudeen Agbede, the Chairman of the Lagos State Branch of the Nigeria Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) announced today that the union would join the planned NLC strike if government and labor failed to resolve their differences.
“We are an affiliate of the NLC, we shall obey its directives. So we have no choice than to join the strike anytime we’re called upon to do so,” Agbede said.
Nigerians are waiting anxiously to know the outcome of a last minute dialogue between government and organized labor over a nationwide strike, scheduled for November 6 by labor unions, arising from disagreements with government over a national minimum wage.
Labor has demanded N30, 000 but the Federal Government insists it can only pay N24, 000 while state governments offered to pay N22, 500.
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