Labour Workers Cut Water Supply To Senate, House Of Reps Buildings Amid Nationwide Strike | #NwokeukwuMascot


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Members of the Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN), an affiliate of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), have stopped the supply of water and other services to National Assembly buildings.

This move was made to comply with the indefinite strike declared by organised labour.

It was learned that workers shut down all the official activities at the National Assembly and blocked the gates with two buses, Daily Trust reports.

The organised labour had insisted that its indefinite strike would begin today (Monday) as planned following the federal government’s refusal to increase the minimum wage above N60,000.

It was equally gathered that electricity and water supply to the buildings housing the Senate and the House of Representatives as well as other facilities in the National Assembly complex had been disconnected.

We had reported how the organised labour commenced an indefinite strike on Monday despite last-minute moves by the National Assembly leadership to avert the industrial action.

The representatives of organised labour on Sunday said they lacked the power to call off the strike, adding that there was no going on the industrial action on Monday.

It has need reported how the strike has affected key sectors of the country, including judiciary, aviation and education.


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