The Nigeria Labour Congress(NLC) will on Tuesday meet to decide its position as regards the recommendation by the Nigeria Governors Forum that the price of Premium Motor Spirit popularly known as petrol be raised from N162/litre to N408.5/litre.
The organised labour also stated that Tuesday’s meeting would discuss other issues such as the sacking of workers by the Kaduna State Government and the need to amend the country’s constitution.
NLC had on Thursday stated that it would meet on Friday to decide on the matter of petrol price increase proposed by the governors.
It eventually rescheduled the meeting following some last-minute changes.
NLC Deputy President, Joe Ajaero, when contacted said, “The meeting is now scheduled for Tuesday. It was rescheduled due to some adjustments.
“We shall be looking at three major agenda: the proposal for petrol price increase by governors, the sacking of workers by the Kaduna State Government, and the issue with the country’s constitution.”
Ajaero also said the positions of NLC on the three issues would be made public after Tuesday’s meeting, as they would also be meeting with the Federal Government representatives on some of the concerns.