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The fracture between the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) and the Minister of Labor and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, may have finished.

A sign of this was a celebratory letter on Monday to the priest on his reappointment.

The letter was marked by the President of the NLC, Mr. Ayuba Wabba.

Wabba said that Ngige’s reappointment was a confirmation of the certainty President Muhammadu Buhari rested in him.

He approached Ngige to control the issues of the service towards the upliftment of Nigerians from neediness, insult and profane work conditions.

“For the benefit of my family and the NLC, I wish to compliment you on your ongoing arrangement by Mr. President as a Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“What’s more, your ensuing assignment as the Minister of Labor and Employment,” he said.

Wabba said it was the NLC’s desire that the pastor would utilize the chance of his reappointment to advance and propel tripartism.

The NLC president additionally approached the priest to grasp social discourse, good work conditions and agreeable mechanical relations in Nigeria.

Wabba further wished Ngige a fruitful residency.

NLC had cautioned Buhari not to return Ngige as the Minister.

They blamed him for conscious deferral in introducing the leading body of the National Social Insurance Trust Fund for a considerable length of time, prohibition of Frank Kokori as the executive of the load up, among others.