The Trade Union Congress is set to meet the Federal Government after the conclusion of its leaders meeting a few hours ago.
The labour centre is expected to meet with representatives of the government on whether the offer by the government was accepted by the members.
The national deputy president of the TUC, Tommy Etim, revealed this in Abuja on Monday.
Etim who who is the national president of the Association of Senior Civil Servants said the labour leaders met earlier and received recommendations from members of its NEC and would go ahead to meet with the representatives of the government later.
He said, “We just concluded our meeting a few hours ago and we received some recommendations from our members which we will convey to the government later today.”
On Sunday, President Tinubu’s Chief of Staff, Femi Gbajabiamila, said both the Nigeria Labour Congress and the TUC, agreed with the government and may end up suspending their proposed nationwide strike.
According to Gbajabiamila, the Federal Government had agreed to come up with measures that would address the dispute arising from the removal of the fuel subsidy.
The NLC president promised to meet with members of the union to consider the offers by the FG to suspend the planned strike.