Lagos civil servants pull out of NLC's warning strike

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Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu

By Kazeem Ugbodaga

Civil Servants in the employ of Lagos State Government have pulled out of the two-day warning strike to be embarked upon by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)

NLC has said it would embark on two-day  nationwide warning strike from Tuesday and Wednesday and would embark on indefinite strike if the Federal Government refused to alleviate the suffering of the masses.

The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has pulled out of the proposed warning strike.

Lagos State civil servants, being members of the TUC has decided not to join the strike.

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A statement issued by the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN), Lagos State Branch, told all its members not to embark on strike on Tuesday.

The statement signed by its Secretary, Aladetan Abiodun, reads: “PROPOSED 2-DAY STRIKE.

“This is to inform all members of Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria, Lagos State Branch that all affiliates of TUC will not be embarking on any proposed strike slated for Tuesday 5th September, 2023.

“We urged all our members to go about their normal business.”


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