This morning, Nigerians woke up to the news that the leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress NLC and the Trade Union Congress TUC have suspended its proposed nationwide strike which was slated to kick off today.
See how Nigerians are reacting to the development below…
When I heard NLC suspends strike they’ve not started… pic.twitter.com/UIfG8S7KRY
— Oluwasegun Moses™ (@oluwasegun1809) November 6, 2018
NLC why?!! pic.twitter.com/YjZXqJTaJq
— Vykitoryah ?? (@adabende01) November 6, 2018
— T kay oseleye (@osee80) November 6, 2018
NLC and Amaka are like. ? pic.twitter.com/z5NFwAniJw
— Osas Cruz (@OsasCruz) November 5, 2018
NLC and Lukaku have one thing in common – they can’t strike ?
— Elvis Tunde ? (@Tunnyking) November 5, 2018
NLC can’t be calling off strike without consulting with us; the leaders of tomorrow ?
— AmeenaH (@DCelebrityNurse) November 6, 2018
Good morning great rationals! Nlc has suspended the strike the wanted to enback on… The minimum wage would be announce today by 4pm
— ebsu economics (@cosrepfrancis) November 6, 2018
NLC, you had one job only. Why?
— Uju (@Uj_krystal) November 6, 2018
NLC fucked up ??
— Simisola (@Si_mi__) November 6, 2018
NLC ti gba penalty wo throwing ??
I really didn’t care Cos apparently Doctors were supposed to hold the fort why every other health personnel goes on strike, I serve a living God! Y’all should come back to work ?????
— C. ‘Ladi Mulligan (@OpeOkunbor) November 6, 2018
NLC is doing the amaka challenge too apparently pic.twitter.com/VBOJqk3e6g
— Nutritionist Temz ? (@TheRealTemz) November 6, 2018
Why will NLC be doing us April fool in November?
Bringbackourstrike mbok??? pic.twitter.com/zcnRP09Ke4
— Macks Walter? (@maxwaltrix) November 6, 2018
Whenever Nlc talks about strike pic.twitter.com/9eUh8jnnLt
— Chappie (@Daamilarre) November 6, 2018
What is NLC strike when I’m on leave? pic.twitter.com/wytv9hodLe
— Gabby (@Chiquitita_y) November 6, 2018
The next time NLC mentions strike to us pic.twitter.com/yDa9F0vzLN
— Boyiga B.N (@BoyigaBkay) November 6, 2018
So NLC raised some people’s hopes high, and then shattered it.
Everyone is going to work today ?. pic.twitter.com/JRzSU06kzR
— Christian C. Ozor (@ozorcchristian) November 6, 2018