The Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has said the current face-off between the Kaduna State Government and Nigeria Labour Congress (NULGE), may degenerate into anarchy.
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Ambali Olatunji, President of NULGE, said stated this during a meeting on Wednesday between the delegation of the union and former deputy senate president, Ike Ekweremadu, in Apo legislative quarters, Abuja.
Olatunji called on Ekweremadu to speak to his colleagues in both chambers of the national assembly to prevail on governor Nasir El-Rufai not to “burn down the country” with his actions against Nigerian workers.
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”We know that your (Ekweremadu) voice counts in the country. What’s happening in Kaduna may lead to anarchy,” Olatunji said.
The NLC had embarked on a five-day warning strike in Kaduna on Monday, to force the state government to reverse the recent sacking of 4,000 workers in the state.
The strike, which enters the third day on Wednesday, has paralysed critical sectors of the state’s economy.
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El-Rufai had on Tuesday, declared NLC President, Ayuba Wabba, wanted for economic sabotage, before suspected hired thugs disrupted peaceful protest by workers in Kaduna metropolis.
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