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Recent airport workers’ strike has no economic impact – NAHCO

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The Nigerian Aviation Dealing with Firm Plc, NAHCO, stated the strike motion by its workers on Monday lasted just a few hours and had no vital affect on its enterprise operation.

NAHCO made this recognized in its company disclosure to the Nigerian Trade Ltd on Wednesday.

DAILY POST reported that passengers had been stranded on Monday morning on the Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Airport, Lagos, following the NAHCO employees’ strike over wage points. Nevertheless, hours after, the putting employees suspended their motion.

The corporate assured shareholders and most people of its dedication to repeatedly offering aviation companies.

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It stated {that a} assembly between the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, and the Division of State Safety, DSS, led to a decision for all events concerned within the dispute.

NAHCO said that negotiations on wage increments would begin on Wednesday, January 25, and conclude by Saturday, January 28.

The Nationwide Union of Air Transport Workers, NUATE, and Air Transport Senior Employees Companies Affiliation, ATTSSSAN, launched into an industrial motion, demanding a rise in wage and protesting NAHCO administration’s perceived delay in acceding to their calls for.

On Wednesday, the Federal Govt Council chaired by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo condemned the motion of NAHCO employees and issued a ban on protests in Nigerian airports and different important companies

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