Strike Suspension: Labour gave Nigerians death pill, sold out to IMF, World Bank — CSOs

Organised Labour agreeing to suspend strike has been described as death pill for Nigerians and a betrayal of the masses to IMF and World Bank.

The pro-labour civil society organisations, CSOs, on the platform of Joint Action Front, JAF, said this while rejecting labour’s suspension of the planned strike over recent increase in electricity tariff and petrol pump price.

In a terse statement by JAF Secretary, Abiodun Aremu, JAF lamented that by agreeing to “suspend the strike that ought to have started this morning(Monday), organised labour has accepted deregulation of the downstream of the petroleum industry

“It is a death pill on workers and poor the masses. It is Nigeria for sale to IMF and World Bank.”

Updates coming.


APC Suspends Buhari’s Aide, Tinubu’s In-law As Crisis Deepens

The crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress, APC in Ekiti state has seriously deepened with the recent suspension of 12 party chieftains.

The Presidential Adviser, Senator Babafemi Ojudu; son-in-law to Senator Bola Tinubu, Oyetunde Ojo; former governorship aspirant, Dr Wole Oluyede; Ayo Ajibade; Femi Adeleye, Chief Akin Akomolafe; Bamigboye Adegoroye; Olusoga Owoeye; Dele Afolabi; Toyin Oluwasola and Bunmi Ogunleye have all been suspended by the party.

This development was contained in a letter signed by Ekiti state APC Publicity Secretary, Ade Ajayi.