The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, has reportedly announced the suspension of its nationwide protest planned to hold on Thursday, January 27 and February 2.
The NLC president, Ayuba Wabba made this known at a press conference on Tuesday in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
According to reports, the NLC took the decision at its National Executive Council (NEC) meeting on Tuesday morning.
This is coming hours after the NLC Deputy President, Joe Ajaero, disclosed in an interview on Channels Television Today that the union would not back out on his planned nationwide protest despite the government’s decision to suspend that removal of the fuel subsidy.
However, the congress at its NEC meeting suspended the protest, noting the decision was based on the Federal Government suspension of the proposal to stop subsidy on petrol.
The NLC president while breaking the news stated that following the decision to suspend the protest, the NLC members who had been mobilised would be demolished.
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