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No going back on Nationwide Strike – NLC declares

The organized labour Congress of Nigeria has earlier announced that it will still move on with its 3rd of October, nationwide indefinite strike.

The Nigerian Labour Congress which asked Nigerians to join the strike irrespective of ethnic, religious and political differences, also appealed to royal fathers and other well-meaning Nigerians to advise government to listen to labour and lessen the suffering across the country.

The NLC also stated that it is marching to freedom, better living conditions and prosperity for all. The statement read;

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“As we mark this Independence Day, let us do so with a renewed sense of purpose. Let us acknowledge our past, confront our present challenges, and collectively work towards a brighter future for Nigeria.

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“Together, we can reclaim the greatness that has eluded us for too long. It is time for Nigeria to rise and shine once more as a beacon of hope and prosperity for all its citizens. Remember, when we stand as one refusing to be divided, we will triumph. We call on all Nigerians to join us on the 3rd day of October around Nigeria to begin our march to freedom through the indefinite nationwide strike.

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”To this end, the Nigeria Labour Congress beckons on all of us to join hands from all parts of the nation; the North, the East, the West and the South to build the needed coalition to make our nation truly an independent nation.

“As we celebrate Nigeria’s 63rd independence anniversary, it is important that we drew our attention to the fact that this nation was once a great nation filled with great hope inspired by great leaders until inept and corrupt leaders took over the helms of affairs and ran the country aground. The crisis of leadership is truly the crisis of our national development.

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“The continued mismanagement of our resources has made it difficult for us a nation and as a people to make sustainable progress rather, we have continued to march backwards with every preceding year looking worse than the previous one. [CONTINUE READING HERE]>>>>

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