TUC Threatens To Embark Indefinite Strike If FG’s Promises Not Fulfilled

By Nura Bala Ajingi

The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has threatened to embark on an indefinite strike, if the Federal Government fails to resolve the fifteen issues raised, and agreed upon as a solution to the effect of withdrawal of the fuel subsidy by Tinubu’s administration.

TUC Kano state council treasurer, Comrade Auwalu Bello Isma’il Stated this at a Radio Kano Current Affairs program ‘ Fitila‘.

Comrade Isma’il mentioned that the issues raised include repairs of Port Harcourt, Warri and Kaduna Refineries, payment of temporary salary increment, provision of NGL Buses, support to farmers and palliatives to the people.

On her part, TUC Women’s wing Secretary in Kano, Comrade Maryam Yahaya Musa said that the action was to cushion the effect of subsidy removal on the lives of citizens.

She however, appealed to Kano state government to implement 35,000 naira temporary salary increment to workers and provision of buses to transport people across the state.

Comrade Maryam also called on the government to set up monitoring committee to check on hoarding of fuel by some filling stations in Kano metropolis.

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The Labour leaders then appealed to Nigerians to exercise patience as both TUC and NLC are committed to make life better for Nigerians.