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Labour decries coup talks, says Nigerians would resist any military dictatorship

Labour decries coup talks, says Nigerians would resist any military dictatorship

Labour Hails NASS/FED on June1 12 and Emefiele

Organized labour has condemned those calling for unconstitutional regime change adding that Nigerians would resist any attempt to return Nigeria to the discredited past of military dictatorship.

Saying: “With the sixth democratic dispensation around the corner and 20 years of uninterrupted civil rule, Nigeria needs more democracy not less. Indeed the alternative to insufficient democracy is more democracy”.

The labour also hailed what it called “constructive collaboration and engagement” between President Muhammadu Buhari and the outgoing 8th National Assembly in ensuring the renewal of the appointment of Godwin Emefiele as Governor of the Central Bank as well as the prompt passage of the Public Holiday Act Amendment Bill which recognizes June 12 as the new Democracy Day.

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