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The Nationwide Chairman of the Labour Occasion (LP) Comrade Julius Abure, has warned the President of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Comrade Joe Ajaero, in opposition to using the NLC’s platform, funds, and property for his aspirations to vie for the presidency in 2027 or the governorship of Imo State.

Abure issued this warning in Asaba, Delta State on Wednesday in response to the closure of the Labour Occasion’s Nationwide Headquarters by protesting NLC members. The protesters had been calling for his swift removing because the Nationwide Chairman of the social gathering.

He mentioned: “I have to state in the present day that the management of NLC beneath Joe Ajaero is on the a part of destroying the successes now we have recorded within the 2023 common election.

“I had anticipated that as a accountable commerce union centre, a accountable labour chief; primary ought to have teamed up with Labour Occasion to see how we will crew up collectively to make the nation higher.

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Abure continued, “Sadly and satirically too, the NLC is the one that’s on the a part of warfare in opposition to Labour Occasion. I have to state clearly that Ajaero as NLC President has not been in a position to organise a profitable strike motion. Not even a single protest and even picketing authorities institution so as to deliver authorities to accede to the quite a few requests of staff.

“As we converse, there are unfair labour practices meted out to staff by a number of organisations within the nation. I’ve not seen Joe Ajaero go to such organisations to picket them.”

Whereas stressing that Joe Ajaero just isn’t formally affiliated with the Labour Occasion, Abure clarified that the social gathering just isn’t beneath the possession of the NLC as asserted by the labor union.

He mentioned: “Over the previous few years, NLC has been claiming possession of Labour Occasion. l should state clearly that NLC just isn’t the proprietor of Labour Occasion. The social gathering just isn’t owned by NLC.

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