Feb
’25’
Nigeria Cattle Rearer Embark On Indefinite Strike After 21-Days Ultimatum
PublishedBy: TESTIMONYin Metro News 1 month ago

 

The association which allowed a 21-day final offer to the government pledged they would not settle on their requests.

 

Following the lapse of the seven-day final proposal gave to the government, dairy cattle and Food item vendors under the aegis of Amalgamated Association of Staple and Steers Sellers of Nigeria (AUFCDN) on Thursday, February 25, have set out on a cross country strike.

The association had requested installment of N475 billion pay for lives of individuals and properties lost during the dissent and Shasa market bedlam, and destroying of all detours on government expressways because of issues its individuals get exposed to when completing their obligations.

Great Lady of AUFCDN, Hajia Hauwa Kabir Usman who reported initiation of the strike asked the police not to upset team of the association who will do implementation of the strike by guaranteeing that no food and steers were moved from North toward the South.

 

 



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