Representatives of the President Bola Tinubu-led government and leaders of the organised labour union had set a 30-day signed Memorandum of Understanding, which has been postponed.
Our Correspondent reports that the essence of the meeting with the government is to agree on the milestones and demands yet to be met and the reasons why and agree before any action is taken.
A top official of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), said the meeting will now be held next Tuesday, adding that the meeting was postponed at the instance of the Federal Government; “they shifted it because they did not remember that the supposed date was to be their Federal Executive Council meeting.”
He revealed that the organized labor said they don’t have confidence in the Minister of Labour being in the meeting.
“The organized labor suspended the last planned strike action and gave the Federal Government 30 days to meet our demands,” he said.