THE Federal Government has between today and next week Tuesday to avert a shutdown of the country as the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has perfected plans to begin a three-day nationwide strike, beginning from next week Wednesday.
NLC said yesterday that it was forced to take the strike option as the last resort because the Federal Government has not shown any sense of urgency in spearheading the payment of the new wage that was signed into law by President Goodluck Jonathan.
President of the labour ...
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Added July 12, 2011
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