Nigerians Suffer Worse Fuel Scarcity As PENGASSAN Declares Indefinite Strike

Nigerians Suffer Worse Fuel Scarcity As PENGASSAN Declares Indefinite Strike

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Nigerians Suffer Worse Fuel Scarcity As PENGASSAN Declares Indefinite Strike
December 18, 2017
Fuel queues are back to petrol stations in Nigeria’s commercial capital, Lagos and other parts of the country.

This is following the strike action declared by the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) last week after the group threatened to embark on an indefinite strike beginning from today.



The union’s action follows the expiration of an ultimatum it gave to the Federal Government to address issues which they consider detrimental to the welfare of their members.

In a statement last week, PENGASSAN ordered the shutting down of all oil and gas installations, resulting in the disruptions to fuel supply and distribution across the country.
PENGASSAN giving reasons for the strike action alleged anti- labour practices against some of its members by some indigenous oil companies.

Other reasons include the alleged sack of workers by one of the oil companies due to their involvement in union activities and non-remittance of workers’ taxes to the PFAs by the same company.

On the contrary, the Edo state Governor Obaseki had assured Nigerians last week after the National Executive Council Meeting on the words of the Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr. Ibe Kachit that there will be excess fuel before today, Monday, December 18.
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