Nlc Strike Update Today 2024
Nlc Strike Update Today 2024

Nlc Strike Update Today 2024 | The 2024 WASSCE Will Continue As Scheduled

Nlc Strike Update Today 2024, The 2024 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) will continue as their Examination as scheduled, WAEC top official disclosed.

One of the top officials of west Africa examination council from ekiti state by name Mrs T.A.Y. Lawson, when she was on newspaper on Saturday while reacting to the planned industrial action by labour slated one Monday, June 3, 2024.

Nlc Strike Update Today 2024

Nlc Strike Update Today 2024

Please remember that the West African Examination Council for the 2024–2025 exam is still in progress, strike or not.

She made his clear to the principles and the school heads that this strike the declared by NLC and the TUC will not be in pain to any students writing West Africa examination bodies.

West Africa examination council ensure their students to continue their exam

The letter Nlc Strike Update Today 2024, headlined “Notice of Commencement of Indefinite Strike by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC),” was published on Saturday, June 1, as reported by The Nation. It has the reference number EK/BC/SC/EXAM/07/ Vol.1/89 and is dated Friday midnight.

The Letter

“The attention of Management has been drawn to a notice of the Commencement of Indefinite Strike by NLC and TUC effective, Monday, 3rd June 2024.

“Please be formally informed that the conduct of WASSCE SC 2024 goes on as scheduled.”

Reason for NLC, TUC declared indefinite strike

The primary cause of this strike announcement is the increase in Nigeria’s minimum wage. The government of Nigeria has had multiple meetings in an effort to raise the minimum salary to 60,000.

Meanwhile federal government has been asking and pleading for the labors to reduce the minimum wage the seat for them in order to consider this situation of Nigeria but labor have refused telling them that the situation of Nigeria is too high for a common man to live with 60,000 naira.

The federal government has been pleading with the labor unions to lower the minimum wage in order to take into account the current state of Nigeria, but the unions have refused, stating that the cost of living in Nigeria is too high for the average person to support themselves on 60,000 naira.


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