Economy Shut down for 2 Days as Tribunal Delivers Judgment

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Nigerians will be experiencing two days economy shut down to get the attention of the government on the state of the economic between Tuesday and Wednesday.

There are two major events happening this week in Nigeria. 

Firstly, the court of appeal sitting in Abuja has announced that the presidential election tribunal judgment between Peter Obi, Atiku Abubakar against INEC and President Bola Ahmed Tinubu will hold on Wednesday 6.

Secondly, the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC will be embarking on two-days warning strike between Tuesday and Wednesday, which also affect the banking system.

All government offices, banks and other major business locations around the country will be shut down for two-days as the NLC embarks on their first warning strike since President Bola Tinubu assumed office.

See the attached statements below:

Court of Appeal

Notice of Two Days Withdrawal of Services

In line with the communique issued after the meeting of National Executive Council (NEC) 
of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) held on Thursday 31st August, 2023 that all affiliates should direct all its members to commence two days’ withdrawer of services from Tuesday & Wednesday the 5th and 6th September, 2023.

The directives is imperatives to get the needed attention of government and warn it off its new found love of meddling in the internal affairs of unions rather than address the punishing economic circumstances we find ourselves.

We hereby direct all our organs to comply with this directive by ensuring all our members stay off duties for the two days.

NLC strike

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