Five things you need to know NLC strike

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  1. Court Order: The Federal Government obtained a court order to restrain the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) from proceeding with the planned nationwide strike against the removal of fuel subsidy.
  2. Lack of Awareness: NLC President, Joe Ajaero, expressed that the labour center was not aware of the court order halting the strike, and it was not discussed during their meeting with government officials.
  3. Timing of Court Order: The order was handed down by Justice O. Y. Anuwe of the National Industrial Court just 48 hours before the scheduled industrial action was set to commence, leaving limited time for the NLC to respond or comply.
  4. Mobilization Efforts: Ajaero stated that the court order was received after business hours, making it unlikely to be served to anyone at the NLC office as the union members would already be in the field mobilizing for the strike.
  5. Indefinite Strike: The NLC had previously announced that the strike would be indefinite, indicating their determination to continue the protest until their demands regarding the fuel subsidy removal were addressed.

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