Organised Labour reiterates its openness to dialogue with FG

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The Organised labour has dismissed claims by the Senate President, Godswill Akpabio, that its latest nationwide strike amounted to economic sabotage.
NLC in a statement by it’s Head of Information and Public Affairs, Benson Upah, insisted that for the past 25 years, the political elite had willfully sabotaged Nigeria through acts of corruption and abuse of power.
According to Labour, Akapbio’s subtle threat about the Senate moving into executive session to address the issue of labour’s strike smacks of contempt for open and transparent debate, which according to the union ought to be the bedrock of parliamentary proceedings.
The organised Labour further reiterated her openness to dialogue with the government for sustainable solutions benefiting all Nigerians and expect proactive interventions to prevent anti-worker policies.


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