Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Thursday, September 27, 2018

What if everyone went on strike?

The idea of united unions and a general strike appeared long ago. Now it's in Nigeria.

Minimum Wage - Labour Begins Nationwide Strike Thursday
Indications emerged, [Monday], that organised labour will, Thursday, commence a nationwide strike to force the Federal Government to announce its figure and ensure the completion of work on the new national minimum wage.

Vanguard gathered last night that it was a decision reached by leaders of Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC; Trade Union Congress of Nigeria, TUC, and United Labour Congress of Nigeria, ULC, after an emergency meeting in Lagos.

It was gathered that it will be formerly announced in Abuja…

Earlier in the day, leaders of United Labour Congress of Nigeria, ULC, urged Nigerians to stockpile foodstuff and other necessities, saying a nationwide strike appeared now inevitable…

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