The Nigeria Labour Congress NLC will continue with its planned nationwide protest on Thursday, despite the announcement by the Federal Government that it would no longer remove the fuel subsidy for now.
Ahead of the mass rally, the NLC had written to the 36 state governors to demand the withdrawal of the removal of the fuel subsidy scheduled for June.
Despite the new development, the Assistant General Secretary of NLC, Asuzu Echezona, confirmed that the rally would go on as planned.
Earlier on Monday, the Cross River state Chairman, Nigeria Labour Congress, Comrade Ben Ukpepi who spoke in a telephone interview with our correspondent, said the NLC will continue to mobilize its members for the planned January 27th protest, until a directive is given.
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