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Maritime workers to shut seaports for NLC protest

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The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) said it will join the two-day nationwide protest being organised by the Nigeria Labour Congress.
This was contained in a statement on Monday by the Head of Media, MWUN, Kennedy Ikemefuna.
Ikemefuna said the move was necessary following the directive of NLC that its affiliate members across the nation should strictly comply.
He added that the protest is coming against the backdrop of the Federal Government’s refusal to honour the October 2023 agreement signed with the congress.
Recall that on February 16, the NLC announced the nationwide protest scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday over the alleged government’s failure to implement agreements reached between both parties on October 2, 2023, following the removal of the fuel subsidy.

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