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PostSubject: NLC threatens stay at home if fuel scarcity persists   2015-05-25, 14:36

The Nigerian Labour Congress on
Monday threatened to direct
workers to stay at home if the
current fuel scarcity across the
country is not addressed.
Factional NLC Deputy National
President, Isa Aremu, stated this in
a statement made available to the
News Agency of Nigeria on Monday
in Kaduna.
The NLC statement is coming barely
four days before the Peoples
Democratic Party-led government
will hand over the affairs of the
nation to the President-elect,
Muhammadu Buhari, on Friday, May
29.
Aremu said, “If the current scarcity
and price robbery of Nigerians
continue, NLC will have no choice
but compel workers to stay at
home.
“Workers certainly cannot fuel
themselves to work with their
blood. There is a limit to slavery
and state marketers’ extortion.
“With an outgoing President and
incoming one, five past heads of
state alive, 36 state governors and
hundreds of legislators and scores
of ministers, no country on earth
parades the highest number of
state actors like Nigeria.
“Yet, there is no governance with
respect to distribution of basic
products like petroleum and
kerosene.”
According to him, it is time
Nigerians stopped agonising in the
hands of cabals holding the nation
to ransom for several weeks
through deliberate deprivation of
petroleum products.
He added, “What is happening in
Nigeria amounts to economicide,
which is a conscious subjugation of
170 million people to economic
ruination through unsustainable
petroleum import-based racket.
“This is an unofficial declaration of
war against the citizens by
combined forces of irresponsible
ruling elite and bussisness crooks.
“This agony of capitalism must be
mass resisted by all Nigerians.
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