The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) planned nationwude strike over subsidy removal have been suspended
following a court order and last minute agreement reached.
It was learnt the news of the court order was revealed while government representatives and NLC officials were at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, negotiating after many failed agreement.
The union mobilisation for a nationwide strike, in protest against the hike in fuel pump price will be called off, as the federal government is determined to end the fuel subsidy regime.
Agreement reached with the Labour are yet to be made public as returning to the old fuel pump price of N197 appears impossible.
At the end of the meeting, NLC announced that some measures had been put in place and an agreement was reached for the strike not to go on as planned.Follow us on social media