The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has declared a two-day warning strike following the impact of petrol subsidy removal.
The strike is scheduled to commence on Tuesday, September 5.
Joe Ajaero, NLC president, made the declaration on Friday during a press briefing at the Labour House in Abuja, while speaking on the resolutions reached by the union’s national executive committee (NEC), during its meeting on Thursday.
The union is accusing the federal government of abandoning negotiations.
According to NLC, the Federal Government has failed to implement some of the resolutions reached at previous meetings.
On May 29, President Tinubu announced the removal of fuel subsidy—a development that led to the Nigerian masses paying more for petroleum products.