ASUU News Now: FG Kicks As Aviation Workers Set To Join NLC Protest On ASUU

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Minister urges aviation workers not to join NLC protest on ASUU. 

Hadi Sirika, the country’s minister of aviation, has urged the nation’s aviation workers not to participate in the Nigeria Labour Congress’ planned two-day statewide demonstration in support of ASUU.

The minister said the civil aviation industry should be viewed “as a crucial national security enterprise” following the weekly federal executive council meeting on Wednesday at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

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Mr. Sirika stated that the aviation employees’ union has been regularly consulted by his ministry and that new threats to join the protest are also being examined.

“I’m obviously worried about this if the aviation union shuts down in support of ASUU,” he said. They do not, in my opinion, need to. I’ll add that we need to start considering civil aviation as an important national security enterprise. It has all possible repercussions.

“An aeroplane accident shouldn’t even be considered. Consideration should also be given to Nigeria’s economy in general, which is undeveloped. It’s alright. In a democracy, you have the right to demand things, but you also need to be reasonable when doing so.

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Where the life you’re trying to advocate for would be severely impacted. where your own actions have the potential to take lives. It ought to be given another look, in my opinion. Therefore, I don’t think civil aviation employees should be involved in this.

 

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