Worried by the rising insecurity in the country the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has concluded plans to embark on a nationwide rally.
The rally according to the union is to sensitise governments and citizens on the need to urgently arrest the increased case of insecurity ranging from kidnapping, banditry, among others.
This decision, which was disclosed in a communique on Monday, was part of the resolutions reached by the national executive committee of the NLC, during its recently concluded meeting in Kano State.
Labour leaders during the meeting highlighted the negative effects of the current security situation on the nation’s economy.
Also contained in the communique issued at the end of the meeting is the issue of the implementation of the new national minimum wage.
Nasiru Idris who represented the labour congress chairman at the conference called on the Federal Government to immediately begin implementation of the new minimum wage for civil servants and address the issue of security bedevilling the country.
The union also insisted that the Federal and State governments must commence the payment of the new wage immediately, beginning from when the bill was signed into law by the president.