Ajaero Didn’t Visit Imo For Politics — TUC President, Festus Osifo Replies Oshiomhole

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, Festus Osifo, responds to ex-NLC President Adams Oshiomhole, stating he lacks sufficient information on the ongoing union strike, dismissing Oshiomhole’s claim that the strike is politically motivated.

Osifo suggests Oshiomhole should have consulted union leaders for accurate facts instead of relying on information from the presidential villa.

Osifo highlights that Joe Ajaero, NLC’s President, did not visit Imo for political reasons on November 1, contrary to Oshiomhole’s assumption.

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Festus Osifo Speaking During An Interview With Channels Television

According to him, Joe Ajaero, NLC’s President, did not travel to Imo state on November 1 to entertain political issues.

“Our senior comrade, Adams Oshiomhole, is giving an opinion based on the information he has.

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, he is a senator who is busy with national politics. I think he does not have sufficient information, maybe later we will give him as much information as possible, once he reaches out.

“He went to the villa to meet with them. That is the information that was given to him in the villa. Has he spoken to Joe Ajaero and senior labor leaders in the country to have their opinion?

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“Maybe the information he (Oshiomhole) got from the villa was that he (Ajaero) went there to play politics.

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“But I will tell him that was not the case,” he said.

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Additionally, the National Security Adviser Nuhu Ribadu confirms the arrest of suspected political thugs who attacked Ajaero and calls for the unions to end the nationwide strike, expressing concern about its impact on economic activities.

Ribadu on Wednesday, in a statement signed by the Head of Strategic Communications in the Office of the NSA, Zakari Mijinyawa, urged the Unions to halt the nationwide strike.

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While confirming that some arrests had been made, he pledged that the outcome of the investigation would be made known to the general public.

The statement reads partly, “The NSA is particularly worried about the implications of the strike action on the livelihood of ordinary Nigerians and its potential impact on economic security and other strategic national interests.

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“The NSA regrets the incident and condemns it in its entirety as it was against the rule of law and the principles of freedom of association and expression subscribed to by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his administration.

“The Federal Government will never condone such an act.

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The statement emphasizes the government’s commitment to investigating and bringing the culprits to justice.

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