News

NLC shuts LP secretariat, demands Abure’s sacking

today03/20/2024 2

Background
share close

The Nigeria Labour Congress has on Wednesday stormed the national secretariat of the Labour Party in Abuja to protest the party’s national convention planned for end of this month.
The congress also demanded the sacking of the National Chairman of the party, Julius Abure.
The NLC leadership accused Abure of planning to hold a “secret” convention without the inputs of major stakeholders.
Thr planned convention has pitched Abure against the NLC and the House of Representatives caucus. The workers accused Abure of planning to destroy the Labour Party.
According to a report obtained on Saturday March 16, the National Working Committee of the Labour Party accused Ajaero, of making desperate attempts to replace Abure.
The allegation was a response to an open letter written on Friday by the political wing of the NLC, the Nigeria Labour Congress Political Commission.
The letter raised allegations against Abure and the NWC, claiming that they had put forward plans for a national convention in Umuahia, the capital of Abia State, on March 27.
The convention was said to be aimed at re-electing Abure as the sole administrator of the Labour Party, with concerns of secrecy surrounding the event.

The political wing of the NLC deemed the planned convention illegal and is demanding the immediate resignation of Abure as the party chairman.

Written by: bossgmsi

Rate it

Previous post

News

The Senate has passed the Student Loan, Access to Higher Education, Act 2024.

The senate’s resolution followed its consideration of the report of the senate committee on tertiary institutions and TETFUND. The chairman of the committee, Muntari Dandutse presented the report during plenary. On Wednesday noting that Last week, President Bola Tinubu had transmitted the Bill to the National Assembly for its consideration and passage. The Bill seeks to provide easy access to higher education for indigent Nigerians through interest-free loans from the […]

today03/20/2024 4

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

0%
Our customer support team is here to answer your questions.
error: Alert: Content is protected !!