Normal activities have resumed at various offices in the Federal Capital Territory following the suspension of the seven-day warning strike by Organized Labour. The strike, which commenced on midnight, September 28, was to press home their demand for a new national minimum wage.
Greetings Correspondent, Grace Udofia visited some offices on Tuesday, and reports that workers were seen in their offices executing the day’s assignment.
Some of the workers expressed optimism that the impact of the strike on public and some private sector workers, is enough to attract government’s sympathy.
some accuse government of deliberately foot-dragging so as to secure victory in the 2019 general election and then abandon the course.
It will be recalled that Labor leader Ayuba Wabba had on Sunday suspended the seven-day warning strike following federal government’s promise to reconvene the tripartite committee on the new national minimum wage on the 4th of this month.