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FG, Labour postpone meeting to Tuesday

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The meeting between the Federal Government and Organised Labour to discuss the progress made in the 15-point Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), that led to the suspension of a planned indefinite strike from 3 October, scheduled for yesterday, has been postponed.

The meeting, which was at the instance of the Office of the Chief of Staff to President Bola Tinubu, Femi Gbajabiamila, was postponed because of the Federal Executive Council (FEC), meeting, yesterday.

A source informed newsmen that the meeting has been shifted to Tuesday, 7 November 2023.

According to the source, “The meeting did not hold. It has been postponed. It was postponed because of the FEC meeting today (yesterday). Government representatives said they forgot that today (yesterday) was FEC meeting. The meeting will now hold next week Tuesday”.

Earlier, reports reveal that the signing of a 15-point MoU with Labour by the government led to the suspension of the planned strike on 3rd October strike over what Labour described as mass excruciating suffering in the country because of the removal of subsidy on petrol and floating of the foreign exchange by the federal government.

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