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NLC denies starting an indefinite strike, saying “It’s Not True”

According to 234JAMZ MEDIA, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has refuted rumors that it has begun an ongoing statewide strike

According to online sources, the union’s planned strike started on Friday after its deadline for the federal government passed on Thursday

In a show of displeasure at the government’s refusal to comply with its demands, the organized labor had threatened to shut down the nation’s economy

Comrade President of the NLC Joe AjaeroThe union is requesting from the federal government enough palliatives to lessen the effects of ending fuel subsidies

On September 5 and 6, the NLC earlier began a two-day warning strike during which it gave a 14-day deadline

The union continues to claim that it would shut down the economy if its demands are not satisfied, despite the government’s best efforts to stop the movement for an indefinite strike

Online allegations that the union has started an indefinite strike went viral on Friday, while workers wait for additional instructions

Benson Upah, head of NLC’s information and public affairs department, responded to inquiries by saying, “The report is not true”

He urged the populace to ignore the viral report

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