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The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission has officially suspended the electricity tariff hike. The information was released on their official website on Wednesday .
The suspension was reached upon during the meeting of government with the labour unions on the suspension of strike over the hike in electricity tariff and increase in pump price of petrol on Sunday night.
This means all electricity distribution companies are to revert to the old price as at August 31 2020.
It could be recalled that on September first, the electricity tariff was increased to 100% its original value for customers enjoying over 12hours of electricity in a 24hour period.
Nigerian Labour unions have suspended the planned strike to commence Monday 28th of September 2020. The decision was made after a meeting with the Federal government. The meeting started 8.30pm Sunday, 27th September, and lasted into the early hours of Monday morning, September 28th.
The federal government agreed to suspend the hike in electricity tariff temporarily until a detailed analysis of the electricity supply and distribution system is made.
On petrol, it was deliberated that there was urgent need to increase the local refining capacity of the nation to reduce the overdependency on importation of petroleum products.
It was also resolved that tax on minimum wage be removed as a way of cushioning the impacts of the policy on the lowest vulnerable.
Nigeian labour unions have vowed to go on an indefinite strike starting Monday September 28th, 2020. This is as a result of the hike in electricity tariffs and fuel pump price . Government have been in a series of meetings with the labour unions to reach an agreement on the issue but talks remains deadlock.
However, the Nigerian industrial court has issued an interim order restraining the unions from embarking on strike. Justice Ibrahim Galadima issued the order on Thursday September 28th following an application filed by a group known as, Peace and Unity Ambassadors Association.
But the Nigerian labour union leaders said they will not comply with the court ruling and has vowed to go on strike unless the movement yields to its demands.
Another meting of the Government and Labour unions has been scheduled for Monday September 28th, the day the strike is expected to commence.
Nigerian students set to join other unions in upcoming nation wide protest against petrol and electricity tariff price hike.
The association of Nigerian students are set to join other unions for an upcoming nation wide strike to protest hikes in petrol and electricity fees. The students argues that despite Nigeria being a major oil producing country, it doesn’t have a functional refinery which could have made price of petrol a lot cheaper. They also rejected the recent increase in the price of electricity tariff. More of the story on Sahara reporters.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian labour congress (NLC) has given the federal government 2 week to reverse the recent hike in petrol and electricity tariffs or face civil unrest nation wide. This is according to the punch newspaper.
The federal government of Nigeria currently in talks with the trade unions to avert any form of strike or civil unrest over the recent price hikes.