El-Rufai expands ‘civil war’ strategy brandish Labor leaders Bandits, sack all Nurses and lecturers

The ‘civil war’ Governor Nasir El-Rufai is waging against perceived enemies over labor strike seems to be expanding as he declared Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) leaders who coordinated the shutdown of the state in protest over mass sack of workers as bandits and ordered mass sack of all those who joined the strike.

El-Rufai vowed Labor leaders will be prosecuted, accusing them of wanton destruction of public properties and disruption of peace.

Their actions, according to the Governor, were equivalent to the actions of bandits terrorizing the state.

Patmos Media Line had reported that a Military Administrator in Oyo State, Col. Ahemd had declared late Comrade Lam Adesina, Journalist Femi Adeoti then of the Tribune Newspapers and others ‘Prisoners of War’after they were arrested in a civil protest.

Governor El-Rufai also ordered the sack of all nurses in the state below Grade Level 14 and lecturers of the Kaduna State University (KASU) for joining the five-day warning strike.

Sponsored went to distrupt the protests and the police made some arrests of the thugs.

The ‘civil war’ Governor Nasir El-Rufai is waging against perceived enemies over labor strike seems to be expanding as he declared Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) leaders who coordinated the shutdown of the state in protest over mass sack of workers as bandits and ordered mass sack of all those who joined the strike.

El-Rufai vowed Labor leaders will be prosecuted, accusing them of wanton destruction of public properties and disruption of peace.

Their actions, according to the Governor, were equivalent to the actions of bandits terrorizing the state.

Patmos Media Line had reported that a Military Administrator in Oyo State, Col. Ahemd had declared late Comrade Lam Adesina, Journalist Femi Adeoti then of the Tribune Newspapers and others ‘Prisoners of War’after they were arrested in a civil protest.

Governor El-Rufai also ordered the sack of all nurses in the state below Grade Level 14 and lecturers of the Kaduna State University (KASU) for joining the five-day warning strike.

Sponsored went to distrupt the protests and the police made some arrests of the thugs.


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