- October 29, 2018
- Posted by: Godwin Elijah
- Category: National News
Organized labour will tomorrow hold mass protest across the country as part of sensitization of workers and Nigerians for the planned November 6 nationwide strike to compel government to peg a new minimum wage at N30,000.
Leaders of Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress of Nigeria, and United Labour Congress of Nigeria, have begun massive mobilisation of members nationwide and their civil society allies, ahead of the protest tomorrow and the nationwide strike on November 6.
In a circular to its affiliates and state’s councils across the country, ULC, through its Deputy General Secretary, Chris Oyeka urged workers not to be deterred by the government’s threat of “no work, no pay” as strike had always complied with legal requirements.