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Developing story: Labour union disrupts water, electricity service to Senate, House of Representatives



Labour union strike halts water supply at National Assembly

In a dramatic escalation of the ongoing labour union strike, members of the Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN), under the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), have closed down the National Assembly in Abuja.

This action aligns with the indefinite strike initiated by labour union over the minimum wage dispute.

As part of their protest, the union has suspended the provision of electricity and water to the buildings housing the Senate and the House of Representatives.

The indefinite strike has also affected other amenities within the National Assembly compound, significantly impacting daily operations.

PASAN’s actions highlight the intensifying pressure on the government to address the demands of the labor unions.

The indefinite strike continues to cause widespread disruptions, emphasizing the urgent need for a resolution to the minimum wage impasse.

Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.

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