The Politically tainted NLC, TUC acting the script of Labour Party against Tinubu Govt – BAYO ONANUGA

NLC President, Joe Ajaero
NLC President, Joe Ajaero
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NLC President Joe Ajaero has asked workers to go on strike next Wednesday over the removal of petrol subsidy, despite being privy to the distressing financial figures, which justified why subsidy ought to have been scrapped a long time ago.



My advice to the perceptive workers and the Nigerian populace is simply to ignore Ajaero and his ilk.




He is playing politics and is actually acting the script of the opposition Labour Party, out to destabilise the young Tinubu administration.

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Besides, one wonders whose interest Ajaero is championing, when he did not oppose the position of his Labour Party and presidential candidate, who campaigned with the promise to scrap subsidy from Day One, if elected.





NLC and TUC leaders knew since last year November that subsidy will be scrapped from July 1 as no provision has been made in the budget for it, beyond this date.

The Federal Government which already commits 96 percent of its revenue in servicing debt is not in any position to continue selling subsidized fuel, most of which is smuggled across our borders for criminal and obscenely unpatriotic profit.

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Subsidy of fuel is no longer sustainable as the FG is virtually broke.

Apart from its N77 trillion debt, it also owes the NNPC Limited about N2.4trillion for past subsidies.

The Nigerian people and workers should support the government as it works out new wages and rolls out other interventions, as promised by President Tinubu, to mitigate the effects of new fuel price.

Let’s not make ourselves pawns in the hands of the politically biased and tainted NLC and TUC. Ajaero is no more a labour leader. He is a politician and leader of Labour Party. He is no more representing all the Nigerian workers.

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  1. The president should have waited for the 1st July instead of May 29th to justify his actions on the removal of fuel subsidies.

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