‘No Paragraph In Mr. President’s Speech Suggests That The Refineries In Nigeria Will Work’ – Amaechi

‘No Paragraph In Mr. President’s Speech Suggests That The Refineries In Nigeria Will Work’ – Amaechi

Amaechi Asugwuni, former Vice President of the Nigeria Labour Congress, claims that no paragraph in President Bola Tinubu’s speech implied that the Nigeria refineries would be operational.

In an interview with Channels Tv News, he stated that the President’s speech summary is a reaction to Labour and explains why no deal has been reached between the NLC and the FG.

‘If you watch Mr. President’s speech from the other day, that should be a summary of their response to Labour,’ he said.

And if you consider the outcome of that speech as a reaction to Labour, you will know that the issue is not being addressed.

The cause of the hardship Nigerians are facing is subsidy removal. You have removed the subsidy and there is no plan to put the refinery to work.

And in the text, No paragraph in Mr. President’s speech suggests that the refineries in Nigeria will work. So for me, any palliative that is not considering refineries is more or less too temporal and it cannot cure the hardship we are facing now.”

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