Trade Unions Describe “No Work, No Pay” Policy Of The Federal Government As Obnoxious

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The Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress has warned that they would mobilise Nigerian workers to resist any policy of government that intends to enslave workers and the Nigerian people.

The Trade Unions described the resolution of the Federal Executive Council that striking workers will no longer get paid as obnoxious.

Warning against any move to implement the “no work, no pay,” principle, the Deputy President of NLC, Comrade Peters Adeyemi and the President of TUC, Comrade Bobboi Kaigama, stated that the Federal Executive Council should rather be disturbed by the fact that workers are not paid for over five months in some circumstances and the principle of “no pay, no work,” should be implemented.

According to Comrade Adeyemi, who is also the General Secretary of NASU, such obnoxious policy would not work, because most industrial actions by workers are caused by the government.

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