I feel sorry for Tinubu’s administration; Abure is still in charge of LP, says NLC President

In an interview with Channels Television on Tuesday, Joe Ajaero claimed that the majority of the industrial conflicts handled by President Muhammadu Buhari’s departing administration remained unresolved. The NLC president claimed that during its eight-year mandate, the Buhari-led government did its utmost to maintain industrial unity. Continue Reading>>>>

The President Buhari administration tried their best to the best of their ability to ensure that there is industrial peace and harmony,” Ajaero remarked according to information gathered from TheCable.

However, the majority of the industrial conflicts they handled were unresolved, thus that capability was insufficient. A contract was signed during the doctors’ strike, but it has not been carried out. It is awaiting the new administration. The ASUU problem is still open. It is awaiting the new administration. There are very few agreements that have been thoroughly explored and decided. Continue Reading>>>>

“That is why I pity the incoming administration because a lot of industrial crises seem to be looming.” Speaking on the leadership tussle in the Labour Party (LP), Ajaero said Julius Abure remains LP national chairman, adding that there are procedures for removing leaders.

Ajaero said distraction from those who were striving to assume the position of the LP national chairman was unacceptable. “Julius Abure remains the national chairman of the Labour Party. Nobody has conducted any convention,” he added.

“No officers have been removed at any meetings or NEC meetings that NLC as trustees have attended. Therefore, we do not accept any type of distraction that allows individuals to continue working at the office. That is the situation right now and where we are. Do you think the incoming administration can tackle the myriad of industrial challenges left unsolved by the outgoing administration?

 

Be the first to comment on "I feel sorry for Tinubu’s administration; Abure is still in charge of LP, says NLC President"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*