It’s unfortunate, but dialogue is Key — Cross River NLC

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Nigerian should keep faith, it’s not yet over — TUC

Strike Suspension: It's unfortunate, but dialogue is Key — Cross River NLC

By Ike Uchechukwu – Calabar

The leadership of Organised Labour in Cross River comprising Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC& Trade Union Congress, TUC have described the suspension of the strike scheduled to hold today as unfortunate adding that dialogue was key in every negotiation.

The leaders of the two Union, Com. Ben Ukpebi and his TUC counterpart, Monday Ogbodum stared this on Monday while debriefing workers at Zoo garden, Calabar, said everyone was prepared for the action but unfortunately the leadership thought it wise to give the Federal government two weeks to meet their demands.

Speaking with Vanguard shortly after addressing the workers, Com Ben Ukpebi said it was unfortunate that the strike was suspended stressing that workers across the state and beyond were ready to go all out and bring the government to its knees but they had the given government the benefit of the doubt.

“We have no choice than to obey what…



Source: Vanguard Newspaper