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NLC, Electricity Workers, CSOs, Others Protesting In Osun (Photos)



The Nigeria Labour Congress, electricity workers and Osun Civil Societies Coalition are currently holding protest in Osun over economic hardship caused by the removal of fuel subsidy.

“We are out today to demand the abolition of all anti-masses policies by the federal government. We are saying enough to incessant Petroleum price hikes.

“We are saying enough to insecurity that is ravaging the nooks and cranny of our land. We are saying enough to corruption. We are saying enough to the commercialisation of education. Nigerian masses are saying enough to incessant abuse of power.

“We are saying enough to poor workers’ wages, the payment that can not take workers home. Workers are demanding the immediate stoppage of all atrocious policies that are capable of incapacitating our people, who are capable of incapacitating Nigerian workers for giving their children quality education. We are saying Enough is Enough.

“Politics in Nigeria should be demonietised. We are saying enough is enough to all the policies that bring sufferings to the lives of our people. We are saying enough to all the policies that are capable of dividing Nigerians into different factions.

“We are here today to communicate to the Nigerian government that the masses are suffering. We are saying enough to protracted the holding of ASUU members’ salaries. We are saying enough to all policies that are unfriendly to the masses.”

They urged the authorities to address issues relating to the security and well-being of the country as it is the primary responsibility of every government to aid the safety of the masses.

Hammed Tajudeen is a graduate of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree with Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication


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