There are clear signs that the crisis and division in the Nigerian labor movement after the Nigerian Labor Congress, NLC, the delegation conference in March 2015, could end today and explain the NLC unity
Recall that after the controversial 2015 delegation conference prepared by Ayuba Wabba of the Union of Medical and Healthcare Workers in Nigeria, M&HW as President Joe Ajaero of the National Union of Electricity Workers, NUEE and more than 20 affiliates, NUPENG, including the Nigerian Oil Union and workers gas, is said to have deceived and separated from the NLC faction.
On 18 December 2016, the NLC faction led by Ajaero announced the birth of the Labor Congress in Nigeria (ULC) with more than 25 branches, including several branches affected by the Trade Union Congress in Nigeria (TUC).
After the spin-off and the formation of ULC, the vacuum created by the departure of NUEE, NUPENG and other private sector unions had a negative impact on NLC activities, especially in mass actions against anti-workers and anti-mass policies.
However, if the final moments of the disruption of negotiations are interrupted, the crisis and division can end today and the leaders of the NLC and ULC announce a united NLC.
Vanguard has learned that the two sides meet from time to time, and one move might be put together today.
It was found that the leaders of the two bodies had been in Abuja since yesterday to end the possibility of the "agreement terms".
In fact, since yesterday, both the NLC and ULC have held their respective national executive boards, the NEC, primarily to resolve their differences and achieve unity today.
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