The Nigeria Labour Congress, along with other associated unions, is getting ready for the planned demonstrations that it announced in response to the nation’s high cost of living, inflation, insecurity, and suffering.

When our reporters arrived at the Labour House headquarters in Abuja at 7:12 a.m., they saw a throng of disgruntled Nigerians and various union workers entering the building.

Agents from the Department of State Services are also in attendance.Following the removal of the fuel subsidy, the NLC and the Trade Union Congress had given the Federal Government a notice of a 14-day nationwide strike on February 8.

This was in response to the Federal Government’s failure to carry out the agreements reached on October 2.Tuesday, February 27, and Wednesday, February 28, are scheduled as the dates of a two-day nationwide protest in response to the FG’s failure to keep its word following Labour’s ultimatum.

Last Monday, organized labor started organizing its members for the countrywide demonstrations against the high cost of living.

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