The Federal Government has called on the Nigeria Labour Congress (TUC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) to shelve their planned nationwide strike.
The two associations had before in the day approached laborers the nation over to down devices at 12 PM as their stalemate with the Imo State government takes a public undercurrent.
Be that as it may, in an explanation late Monday, Kamarudeen Ogundele, the Unique Colleague Correspondence and Exposure to the AGF and Minister of Justice Lateef Fagbemi, reminded the associations about a court request banning them from picketing.
“We wish to remind the Nigeria Work Congress and Worker’s guild Congress that there is a staying alive court request halting the associations and their subsidiaries from setting out on the strike,” the assertion read.
“The interval request was conceded on November 10 by the Leader of the Public Modern Court of Nigeria, Equity B. B. Kanyip.
“The associations have been served the court request and, thusly, should give themselves over to the power of the court which is now seized with current realities of the case. Any activity taken in opposition to the request will be commensurate to scorn of court.
The Central Government consequently approached the associations with “regard the court request and comply to the standard of law and order. There is compelling reason need to fall back on self improvement.
“We ask laborers to report for obligations and not to engage any apprehension as their security is ensured and will be safeguarded inside the ambit of regulation”.
Work’s move followed an attack on the Public Leader of the NLC Joe Ajaero in Imo State. The work chief was in the state for a showing over “non-installment of pay rates and benefits for a very long time and infringement of other work freedoms”.
In any case, he was mistreated by those NLC guaranteed were cops and hooligans sent by the Imo State Government. Right after the assault, they requested the renunciation of the agents associated with the occurrence and had last week picketed the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja to squeeze home their requests.