Magaji noted that industrial actions being issues of collective bargaining and social dialogue, should call for consultation by leaders or employers of labour before taking critical decisions or actions against workers.
“The Kaduna state government is playing tough on our actions, we have had military governments who are tough by nature but we sat down and dialogued with them and reached a logical conclusion,” he said.
“We are equally taking our responsibilities as workers’ representatives and bringing openly, the grievances of our workers.
“The state government don’t need toughness to discuss this; this is a democratic regime, even in military regimes, labour unions strive. We will continue with our struggle,” Magaji said.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that banks, fuel stations, hospitals among others remained locked (NAN)