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The meeting had the participation of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Iron and Steel Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (SSSAN) and Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).
Last year the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) faced fierce criticism for their decision to give the green light to a deal to buy N5.
The withdrawal of fuel subsidy by the Federal Government generated heated debates by Nigerians from all walks of life, including the civil society groups and the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), owing to its implications on the nation's socio-economic landscape.
A former executive president of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Oshiomhole was certainly a popular candidate.
The assault was called off after rig owners Transocean, of Houston, Texas, held talks with union leaders and the Nigerian Labour Congress and finally resolved the dispute last Friday.
Talks in Abuja yesterday between US oil company Transocean, the Nigerian Labour Congress and oil workers' union Nupeng brought an agreement to free the hostages.
The action was called off following talks in Abuja between the US oil company Transocean, the Nigerian Labour Congress and oil workers' union Nupeng.
On March 22 the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) threatened to render Africa's most populous nation un-governable if President Obasanjo went ahead with a phased deregulation of the fuels market in an attempt to end chronic shortages.