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NATUC, PSA invited to Labour Day celebrations

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The Public Services Association and the National Trade Union Centre are both welcome at the annual Labour Day celebrations. That's the word from the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union (OWTU).

At last year's celebrations, what started off as two separate peaceful marches quickly evolved into a confrontation between JTUM and NATUC and the police at Charlie King Junction.

On Wednesday, the OWTU's Nikki Johnson invited all workers and trade unions to take part in the June 19th observance.

"All the trade unions are invited to participate along with all the trade unions, we walk. We invite all trade unions, all workers of the country."

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