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Warning strike: Maritime Workers’ union direct total shutdown of port facilities.

Warning strike: Maritime Workers' union direct total shutdown of port facilities.

 

The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has directed all its affiliates to comply with the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) directive to embark on a two day nationwide strike scheduled to hold on Tuesday and Wednesday, 5th and 6th of September, 2023.

In a press statement by Comrade John Kennedy Ikemefuna, Head of Media, MWUN, the union through the President General, Comrade Adewale Adeyanju, directed a total shutdown of all port facilities within the period.

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MWUN maintained that the decision is due to the Federal Government’s refusal to engage and reach agreement with the Organised Labour on critical issues of fuel subsidy removal leading to economic hardship on Nigerians.

“The Maritime Workers Union as an affiliate of the NLC, is obliged to comply with the directive and has consequently instructed all our members in all ports, Jetties, terminals, and oil & gas platforms nation wide to partake on the TWO-WAY total shut down warning strike as directed by the NLC.”

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