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Niger workers Declare Indefinite Strike

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The failure of Niger state government to continue negotiations on issues affecting the welfare of the workers and the smooth running of the state has resulted to workers strike as directed by the state chapter of the Nigeria Labour Congress.

It would be recalled that the state chairman of the Nigerian Labour Congress, Idrees Lafene, and his Trade Union Congress counterpart, Ibrahim Gana, had on Monday directed civil servants in the state to commence an indefinite strike over what they described as

_____However, the Secretary to the State Government, Abubakar Usman, in a move to avert the strike informed journalists that a meeting to iron out issues with labour was slated for Tuesday afternoon, noting that the Mohammed Bago administration was enjoying a cordial relationship with the organised labour, assuring all that contentious issues would be addressed in the best interest of the state.

“In furtherance of this understanding, the government of Niger State today, Tuesday 20th February, 2024 invited organised labour to a meeting by 2 pm and it is hoping to receive its cooperation in this regard,” he said.

_____He assured the general public that the administration of Bago is people and labour-friendly and remains open to dialogue and negotiations that will move Niger State forward.


At the time of filing this report, no official statement from the state government on the strike notice.

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