The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) on Monday night suspended their strike scheduled for Wednesday.
The decision followed a meeting by the representatives of the Federal Government and the Organised Labour at the Presidential Villa on Monday night over fuel subsidy removal.
Recall that ADULAWO NEWS had earlier reported that the National Industrial Court restrained the Organised Labour from embarking on any form of strike.
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Ruling on an exparte application filed before the court, Justice O.Y. Anuwe restrained the defendants (the TUC and the NLC) from embarking on the planned nationwide strike Wednesday pending the hearing and determination of the motion of notice dated June 5, 2023.
The judge also ordered that the defendants be immediately served with the originating processes, the motion on notice and the order of the court.
The Motion of Notice is hereby fixed for hearing for 19th June 2023, the court document showed.
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The Federal Government and the Attorney General of the Federation are applicant in the matter.q