The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC have arranged to meet today with its various organs on the petrol subsidy payment stoppage.

NLC Head of Information and Public Affairs, Benson Upah, in statement in Abuja, said the Congress has no plan at the moment to embark on industrial action to protest the upward adjustment in the  litre price of petrol, as being speculated in some quarters.

The leadership of the NLC and the Trade Union Congress, TUC will on Sunday resume talks with representatives of the Federal Government over the matter, and vowed to inform citizens on its next line of action after the meetings.

In a pricing template released by the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited, NNPCL, the litre price of petrol was fixed at between 488 and 557 naira, which the Labour has rejected, saying it was against the interest of deregulation.