to reconvene negotiations on June 19
The Federal Government, Trade Union Congress (TUC) and Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) have collectively agreed to suspend the strike scheduled to begin on Wednesday.Advertisement
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, who read the resolution, said the meeting would reconvene on June 19.
The resolution is as followsAdvertisement
Resolution of Engagement between the Trade Union Congress (TUC), Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), and the Federal Government to resolve the issues associated with the removal of subsidy on Premium Motor Spirit (Petrol) on June 5, 2023.
Following the engagements between the Federal Government, TUC and the NLC, with the intervention of the Speaker, House of Representatives to resolve the disputes that arose from the withdrawal of subsidy on PMS the following resolutions were reachedAdvertisement
The Federal Government, the TUC and the NLC to establish a joint committee to review the proposal for any wage increase or award and establish a framework and timeline for implementation.
The Labour centers and the Federal Government to review issues hindering effective delivery in the education sector and propose solutions for implementation.Advertisement
The Labour centers and the Federal Government to review and establish the framework for completion of the rehabilitation of the nations refineries.
The NLC to suspend the notice of strike forthwith to enable further consultations.
B .The TUC and the NLC to continue the ongoing engagements with the Federal Government and secure closure on the resolutions above.
C .The Labour Centers and the Federal Government to meet on June 19, 2023, to agree on an implementation framework. Advertisement
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