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Aisha Yesufu Criticizes Labour For Calling Off Strike

Aisha Yesufu, a prominent activist, has expressed her disapproval and criticized the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) for their decision to suspend the nationwide strike. The strike, which began on Monday, aimed to protest the Federal Government’s rejection of the proposed new minimum wage.

According to report by Dailypost published on June 4 2024, During the strike, public offices and institutions were closed as workers enforced the strike. However, following an emergency meeting with government officials, including the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, George Akume, the labor unions chose to halt the strike on Tuesday.

Aisha Yesufu, known for her activism and verified social media presence, shared her disappointment in a video clip. She questioned the effectiveness of the strike, asserting that it had not achieved anything substantial. Yesufu pointed out that no proper agreement had been reached between organized labor and the Federal Government regarding the minimum wage issue.

She expressed her frustration, highlighting the inconveniences caused by the strike, such as missed flights and disrupted travel plans. Yesufu emphasized the importance of tangible results from such actions, suggesting that without positive outcomes, the sacrifices made during the strike become meaningless.

The activist also addressed the prevailing lack of trust in labor unions, initially advocating for giving them a chance. However, given the absence of a comprehensive agreement on the minimum wage, she questioned the rationale behind suspending the strike. Yesufu highlighted the struggles faced by many individuals earning meager salaries that fail to cover basic necessities like food and shelter.

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Citing her concerns, Yesufu mentioned the signing of an agreement the previous day that failed to bring about significant improvements. She even raised doubts about the circumstances under which the agreement was signed, hinting that it might have been done under pressure.

Aisha Yesufu’s critical statements have sparked discussions and debate among the public. Citizens are now questioning the efficacy of the strike and demanding better outcomes from future negotiations between labor unions and the government.

As the nation awaits further updates on the minimum wage issue, Aisha Yesufu’s criticisms serve as a reminder of the challenges faced by workers and the importance of achieving fair wages and improved working conditions in Nigeria….See More

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