Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s led government has told the organised labour, the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC and the Trade Union Congress TUC, to be thankful that the country is not in military regime, stating it clearly that their demand is unrealistic.

According to Daily Post, Presidency made this disclosure through the Special Adviser to President Tinubu on Information and Strategy, Mr Bayo Onanuga. He noted that the NLC and TUC are enjoying too much freedom, because Nigeria is not under military regime.

Onanuga said: “Labour should be thankful to God that we are not in a military regime. We are in a civilian regime that allows for freedom of expression.”

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Speaking further, Onanuga made it known that the NLC and TUC overstepped their boundary by shutting down the national grid and the airports, stating it clearly that they shouldn’t have shutdown the national grid and airports.

In addition, Onanuga made it known that joining the strike should be voluntary, he thereby urged the labour to be more responsible in their reaction next time, noting that labour cannot be asking for what they are asking for.

It should be recalled that the organised labour on Monday embarked on a nationwide strike, over the failure of the Nigerian government to pay over ₦400,000 minimum wage they demanded.

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However, the nationwide strike was called off the next day after the Nigerian Government agreed to increase the minimum wage….Sée Móre

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