Organized Labour Suspends Strike In Cross River After 31 Days

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Organized Labour in Cross River comprising NLC, TUC and JNC have suspended the 31-day old strike which has crippled the workforce and economic activities in major sectors including the state civil service.

Addressing Journalists on Thursday at the state Secretariat of Association of Senior Civil servants of Nigeria ASCSN/ TUC, the Chairman Of Joint Public Service Negotiating Council, JNC, Com Godwin Otei stated that they have looked at the situation of things in the state and decided to agree to suspend the strike due to the meeting they had with the Traditional Rulers Council, TRC who mediated for peace between labour and government.

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