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Lingering fuel scarcity has crippled the economy

Grace Okon
The NLC President Mr Ayaba Wabba said that it is unfortunate that Nigeria cannot produce its crude oil due to its poor leadership   reputation.
He made the statement during the NLC NEC meeting held in Abuja.
The NLC President said the lingering fuel scarcity has crippled other sectors in the country.
“We do not want to continue with the status quo. It is time for us to harness our talents such that this talents can be addressed. We want our youth to look into their innate strength”.
Wanna noted that the law makers does not respect the rule of law in the system which demands the conduct of free and fair elections.
While reacting on the issue of election, he stated that ” as a work in progress, the Labour party will ensure they have a candidate in all government offices through the machinery of NLC.
We would continue to intervene in the issues of the strike with the governments.”
 “In few weeks to come, the  Union would organize a national rally in regards to the ongoing strike.
We are calling on all the Union involved to come out when the time comes for the strike action. In  a quest to resolve the strike issue, the Union has demanded  a  higher government official to hold a meeting to discuss with the Head of the Union on ASUU strike.”
“The Union would hold  a national rally and protest so the government can take responsibilities to ensure that the University system is open in Nigeria, and not only that, they should not kill education system in Nigeria, and to provide the attention needed, so that the children of the poor can continue to access quality education.”

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