APC group charges Labour for antagonising government

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The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) leadership has been warned by the Confederation of All Progressive Congress (APC) support group (CASG) not to take advantage of its members for personal gain.

Addressing the press in Abuja yesterday, the director general of the group, Dr Muhammad Kailani, said NLC should not antagonise the federal government because its candidate lost in the presidential election.
“While it’s acceptable to engage in partisan politics within the labor union umbrella, it is unacceptable and must be condemned to blame the elected president for failure and wage a personal war on his government,” Kailani said.

In addition, he urged the NLC to hold a roundtable conversation in order to find a peaceful resolution rather than growing hostilities, stressing the value of harmony, progress, justice, and fair play.

He said, “To ensure democracy thrives in Nigeria, the Confederation of APC Support Groups and other well-meaning Nigerians will defend against any unfounded allegations against the APC-led government.”

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Under Mallam Mele Kyari’s direction, the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited is accomplishing impressive feats, as Kailani pointed out; the NEMBE oil well is currently exporting 730,000 barrels of oil per day to Europe. This fits the company’s objective of fulfilling its output quota under OPEC and making a name for itself internationally.

“This milestone, marking a significant achievement in the company’s history, demonstrates Kyari’s commitment to the TAPE Agenda (Transparency, Accountability, Productivity, and Efficiency) at the NNPC,” he said. At the NNPC Towers, Nigerians are grateful to Kyari for his efforts to improve the country’s economy.

Speaking about the Tinubu renewed hope agenda, CASG recognized the perseverance and fortitude of Nigerians in the face of obstacles like the elimination of fuel subsidies and depreciating currency.

In order to work with government institutions and make sure that the N5 billion palliative reaches the intended recipients—especially the most impoverished citizens—CASG has put in place a Monitoring and Evaluation mechanism.

“The group begs for patience, reassuring people that the APC government is making every effort to accommodate everyone and allay worries regarding the current circumstances.”

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