It has only been a few days since the Union of Foodstuffs and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria embarked on a strike, but thankfully the strike has been called of following the intervention of the Governor of Kogi State, Alhaji Yahaya Adoza Bello.
Both the Union and the Nothern Concensus Movement had a meeting with the Governor of Kogi at his logde in Abuja where the Governor impressed it on them to call of the strike. After discussing with the Governor, the union called of the strike immediately.
The Governor disclosed that the Union presented a list of demands which must be fulfilled in order to prevent a reoccurrence of the incident.
The union is headed by the president, Dr Tahir Mohammed and chairmen in all the thirty six states of the Federation and the FCT and important stakeholders met with Yahaya Bello earlier behind closed doors. The former Minister of Aviation. Chief Fani-Kayode Femi.
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