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President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has met with the NLC President, Joe Ajaero and TUC President, Festus Osifo at the Presidential Villa.
The Nigeria President at the meeting which had Governor Makinde of Oyo state and NNPCL GCEO, Mele Kyari in attendance made some commitments to address some issues needing immediate attention as brought to his attention by Labour.
The outcome of the meeting which held on Wednesday evening between President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress and other government functionaries was revealed
The President of the Trade Union Congress Festus Osifo made the disclosure after the meeting in a live interview he featured Wednesday night
He disclosed that the federal government has promised to look into labour demand and that the government will make it’s position known in a public statement which will be made available on Friday. He also said the federal government have promised that the Port Harcourt Refinery will be fully operational before the end of 2023
He further revealed that Labour made their displeasure known to the president on the actions and outcome of the several meetings with the committee set up to look into the issue, as they had the opportunity of hearing from the president directly
He stated that Labour will go back, call for it’s NEC meeting, hear from other members of Labour and come up with a position moving forward.
True Blue Reporters gathered that the Protest by NLC, TUC was for one day as their target was to send a signal and register their displeasure on most government policies that has led the masses into lower standard of living, from removal of fuel subsidy, rising level of inflation, etc