Recall that the organised Labour on Sunday at a reconvened meeting with the Federal Government aimed at addressing the increase in the price of fuel and electricity tariff staged a walkout.
The meeting was necessitated by the recent increase of electricity tariff and pump price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also known as petrol, from N160 per litre to N170.
Ajaero explained that the Federal Government has violated the agreements reached with the Organised Labour, adding that the Congress will not at the slightest provocation start talking about strike.
We cant call you out here to announce a strike and the next strategy as if the unions are one man organisation. Part of what we are doing in terms of engagement is to reach out, and if every other means fails, the strike is usually the last option by any union.
We dont just at the slightest provocation start talking about the strike. I think that is not what is on the table now. There are certain disagreements which we are trying to address.
We say that we cannot accept deregulation that is import-driven and that the refineries must work before you think of it, and then you go into price-fixing.
Price fixing is not the same thing as deregulation, you cant regulate in a deregulated market. If theyve deregulated, the price of the product in Sokoto will not be the same thing with that of Abuja, there will be variations,