Representatives of the Federal Government are expected to meet with the Trade Union Congress by 4 p.m. today at the State House, Abuja, over the removal of fuel subsidy.
The TUC Secretary General, Nuhu Toro made the disclosure in an interview with our correspondent on Sunday. The meeting is a follow-up to the earlier meeting with the organized labour which ended in a deadlock.
“The meeting will start by 4p.m”, Toro said when asked to share details of the meeting.
Already, the TUC in a press briefing held last Friday hinted that it was going to meet the government and present its charter of demand
According to the national president of the congress, Festus Osifo, the reaction of the TUC will be based on the outcome of Today’s meeting.
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.