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Omokri cautions NLC against Nationwide strike

by Maryam Olaniyi
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Reno Omokri, a popular sociopolitical critic on Monday cautioned the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, against embarking on another nationwide strike.

Omokri said any strike against President Bola Tinubu would be political and amount to sabotaging Nigeria.

Posting on X, Omokri said NLC would be serving its interest by calling for the fifth strike within nine months of Tinubu’s presidency.

The NLC has been calling for strikes over the current economic hardship confronting Nigerians.

On February 16, the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, disclosed plans to embark on a two-day strike to protest the economic hardship being faced by Nigerians.

The two-day warning protest was held on February 27 and 28.

However, Omokri posted: “If the NLC calls for its fifth strike action in nine months of the Tinubu administration, it is no longer about Nigeria. It will be about politics. It will be about sabotaging Nigeria.

“It will be about other interests. Personal interests. Because I have never heard of or witnessed a country where their organised labour has more strikes than a football striker like Victor Osimhen.

“Enough already with these threats. If his colleagues cannot call Joe Ajaero to order, then Nigerians must ignore him. He has cried wolf too many times.”

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