NLC accuses El-Rufai of grand plot to ‘cut’ Kaduna’s workforce

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has said that the planned sack of about 21,780 teachers by the Kaduna government was part of a larger plan by the government to embark on a mass sack of workers in the employment of the state and its local governments.

The President of Congress, Comrade Ayuba Wabba, who spoke at a news conference in Abuja yesterday said Congress’ finding revealed that the state government was planning to sack more than 30,000 workers, beginning with the teachers.

Highlights: He said the competency test conducted by the government was not aimed at testing for quality but an agenda to reduce the state’s workforce.

Wabba said the government had concluded arrangements to sack about 8,000 local government workers and another 5,000 from the ministries, departments and agencies.

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