Treatment of fuel subsidies: Yoruba council disapproves of the planned strike by NLC

The peak umbrella system of all Yoruba indigenous people, Yoruba Council Worldwide, YCW, has described the command to embark on attack actions by the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, over the removal of energy payment by the Federal Government as an act of economic sabotage.
The group expressed its shock at seeing Joe Ajaero and Emmanuel Ugboaja lead Nigeria Labour Congress( NLS) to declare strike action via a trending circulated letter dated June 2, 2023, and to start strikes on June 7 against President Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s led Federal Government on the removal of the fuel subsidy following the inauguration on May 29. Aare( Oba ) Oladotun Hassan( Esq ) and made available to
According to the statement,” The proposed NLC planned strike is an act of economic sabotage, calculated at truncating the administration of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, consequently amounting to double standards and treasonable felony ,” based on the information at our disposal.
Given the siemese political affinities and unfavorable positions of the NLC and Labour Party at the most recent Presidential election, as well as their earlier treacherous declarations led by the Labor Party’s Vice Presidential candidate Datti Baba Ahmed to make the current government unmanageable, we are extremely surprised to see the poorly motivated chaotic action to picket CBN offices nationwide and never NNPCL, if yet genuine.
” Surprisingly, this is the same political campaign agenda of Peter Obi, the candidate for president of the Labour Party, to immediately abolish fuel subsidies, so what has changed?”
” It is very dishonest to see the Labour Union Leaders and their ilk involved in such dishonestly covert and illegally crafted plans, considering the purveyors of the strike action who are generally extreme” Obidients” using the sentiments of the current economic situation to orchestrate the poor – motivated chaotic complete shutting down of the economy”.
On the basis of this concept, we urge all law enforcement organizations, especially the DSS, to put an end to any NLC-declared protests because doing so would be a dangerous prescription for sinking the nation.
” We therefore serve as a note of caution to the Nigeria Labour Congress and all her affiliates to abstain from this political posturing evil machinations to cut off the rack of improvement of management predicated on the successful stop of a renewed hope agenda”.


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