TUC threatens to direct members to sit at home if petrol scarcity persists

The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has threatened to stop its members from going to work if the lingering petrol scarcity persists.

Addressing journalists on Sunday February 20, TUC Treasurer Mohammad Yunusa called for those behind the scarcity to be identified and sanctioned.

Yunusa said;

“We will soon direct workers to stop going to work if the challenge of fuel scarcity across the country persists for the next few days.

“The congress also demanded that President Muhammadu Buhari should swing into action by identifying and punishing those who caused the scarcity that has brought untold hardship upon Nigerians.

“The union’s position is very clear. Those who caused this scarcity should be identified and punished very well.

“The position of SSASCGOC … is workers should stop going to work until there is enough fuel to take them to work.

“This is the way to do it. We are waiting for our centre to respond to our position but our position in SSASCGOC is that there is no need to go to work and when there is regular supply, then we will start going to work.”

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