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Naira scarcity: NLC directs workers to protest at CBN offices

by Hadiza Musa Yusuf
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The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has directed all workers to protest at the offices of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) across the country, starting from next week.

This decision followed the current cash crunch in the country, according to NLC President Joe Ajaero.

Speaking at a press briefing at Labour House in Abuja on Wednesday, Ajaero stated that the directive became necessary after the expiration of a one-week ultimatum given to the CBN to make cash available for Nigerians.

The protest will be carried out by workers from various sectors of the economy under the umbrella of the NLC.

The NLC is calling on the CBN to address the current cash scarcity in the country, which has made it difficult for people to access their funds from banks and Automated Teller Machines (ATMs).

The protest is aimed at putting pressure on the CBN to take immediate steps to resolve the cash crunch and alleviate the suffering of Nigerians.

The NLC is one of the largest labor unions in Nigeria, representing workers from various sectors of the economy.

The directive to protest at the CBN offices is expected to be widely followed by workers across the country, as they seek to draw attention to the current cash scarcity and its impact on the lives of Nigerians.


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