Minimum Wage: We’ll Lock Down All Seaports From Monday — Maritime Workers

The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has vowed to comply with the directive of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC), to shut down economic activities at the seaports nationwide over the refusal of the federal government to increase the minimum wage and the hike in electricity tariffs.....CONTINUE READING THE ARTICLE FROM THE SOURCE

In a press statement issued by the head of Media (MWUN), Kennedy Ikemefuna, he said the port workers will join in the indefinite strike by enforcing the total lockdown of the country’s seaports commencing from Monday, June 3, 2024.

Organised Labour had on Friday declared an indefinite nationwide strike starting from Monday over failure of the federal government to conclude negotiations on the national minimum wage and refusal to reverse the new electricity tariff.

President-General of MWUN, Adewale Adeyanju, said the union was obliged to comply with the directive of NLC and TUC.

“The MWUN under the leadership of Comrade Adeyanju, has obliged to comply with the directive of NLC and TUC to join in the indefinite total lock down of the country commencing from Monday, the 3rd of June, 2024. (Courtesy, excluding headline, The Sun)

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