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Strike: Cattle Merchants Fault Army Of Intimidation, Held Meeting With DSS

The leadership of Cattle and Foodstuff dealers under the aegis of Amalgamated Union of Foodstuff and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria (AUFCDN) has accused the military perssonel of intimidating and man handling its members and task force of the union despite its official notification to all security agencies in the country before embarking on the ongoing strike by the union.

The General Secretary of AUFCDN, Comrade Ahmed Alaramma made the accusation in Abuja at a press conference on the on going strike.
As at the time of the briefing, he said the President of the Association Mohammed Tahir was having a close door meeting with the Department Of State Service DSS.

Alaramma expressed dismay over the development and what he termed as ugly situation.

He appealed to government to call the military personnel perpetrating the act to order in order to avert more chaos and crises in the country.
It would be recalled that the union had given the federal government seven days ultimatum to react to their demands of #475billion compensation over the killings of their members at endSARS protest and Shasa market crises before embarking on the nation wide strike.

“There is so much intimidation by the Nigerian Army, our members are being intimidated by the Nigerian Army, they are intimidating our taskforce. We had written to all the security agencies about our ongoing strike, unfortunately they are intimidating us” he said.

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