Some residents of Lagos have reacted differently to the planned strike by labour over the increase in the prices of petrol and electricity.
Those in support of the planned strike from Monday next week told Lasgidi FM’s CHUKWUEMEKA OBIOMA that it was a step in the right direction.
However; another group of concerned Lagos residents expressed fear that the planned strike might not produce a positive result.
Meanwhile; the Federal Government has called for another round of meeting today, Thursday, September 24, 2020, with the organized labour.
The move is to try and convince the Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress to stop their planned strike and protest over the increase in the prices of petrol and electricity.
The meeting is to hold at the Banquet hall of the Presidential Villa in Abuja between the Minister of Labour and Employment, Doctor CHRIS NGIGE, and leaders of the NLC and TUC.