Protest: The Federal Government Will Hold A Meeting With The Trade Union Congress (TUC) At The State House Today At 4 p.m.

Representatives from the Federal Government are scheduled to convene with the Trade Union Congress (TUC) at the State House in Abuja today at 4 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to address the removal of fuel subsidy, following an earlier meeting with organized labor that resulted in a stalemate. Nuhu Toro, the Secretary General of the TUC, revealed this information during an interview with our correspondent on Sunday. The TUC had previously indicated during a press briefing last Friday that they intended to meet with the government and present their list of demands. The outcome of today’s meeting will determine the TUC’s response, as stated by Festus Osifo, the national president of the congress. Notable affiliate members of the TUC include the Academic Staff Union of Secondary Schools, Association of Freight and Heavy Goods Carriers of Nigeria, Association of Senior Staff of Banks, Insurance and Financial Institutions, and Bus Conductors’ Association of Nigeria, among others. Further details will be provided at a later time.

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