Thursday, March 10, 2016

NNPC workers suspend strike action

NNPC workers under the aegis of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, PENGASSAN and the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, have suspended their strike action. The oil workers called for a strike following the restructuring of NNPC by the Federal government.

47 comments:

Uju Phil said...

Good news!

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Edem victor said...

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ahabike daniel said...

Berra

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Ope o! At least, we will ve fuel now


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Adenike Bamigboye said...

Thank God oo

Psalmuelle aka Samstone. said...

Thank God. We have enough to deal with already!

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JustPorsh said...

Thank God.
The fuel line's already super crazy.
Glad the strike's been called off.

Slim innocent said...

Their business

H S C said...

Record breaking. Shortest strike action ever recorded in Nigerias history.

uvieroghene ogbebor said...

They promised CHANGE but gave us CHAINS. Thank God this strike is over. I could imagine the hardship awaiting Nigerians.

Ivy Godspower said...

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Pearlie said...

Thank God oo

When the two elephants fights the grass suffers

Na the poor masses will suffer as the price of PMS etc will skyrocket

BONARIO NNAGS said...

No they should have continued, and they will be treated as economic saboteurs.
Change is here for our good.


. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Ndi ala! They should continue na

Yetty k said...

Thank God

Vivian Reginalds said...

For their good
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

Finally... We need cooperation to move forward as a country, of course some people will be disadvantaged at some point, but then again, the long run benefits is what's really important

Anonymous said...

They are just silly bunch of brainless people who don't want to adapt to change. They should have continued and we will see who would be most affected, yeye idiots.

Luciana Chinda said...

Thank God for that

OSINANL said...

Good for them...

Yusuf Olakunle said...

Perhaps they have unanimously developed a plan to continue their stealings.

Nafisat Galadima said...

I like positive people like you. Bonario I mode of reasoning is excellent.

Vela said...

Good

Anonymous said...

Thnk God oooo

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favour ezeh said...

Them for no call am off make baba deal with them in his foolish ways Just like that.

Anonymous said...

This is what they should have done in the first place. Lisa with ALL stake holder and there wouldn't have been an issue. People have to fight for their jobs, pensions et all. We no dry military regime.

Anonymous said...

Whether the call off or continue the strike, NNPC will still be restructured. We shall all bear the pain for our unborn sake.

Anonymous said...

Lolz you're funny

josiah bernard said...

Thread power small small o my country men. Remember every creation is important not only you. Which strike have we not lost precious souls that we were created to love and preserve

Jamila Shaibu said...

Thank God

Anonymous said...

Was d strike necessary in d first place? Nigerians now rise to fight anything or anyone dat wl stop stealing.na wao

Anonymous said...

Change have come to stay!! Brainless APC party, this government lack due process in everything they do, how can they unbondle NNPC without getting PIB bill passed? Buhari the petroleum minister is a lunatic by nature.

Anonymous said...

Change have come to stay!! Brainless APC party, this government lack due process in everything they do, how can they unbondle NNPC without getting PIB bill passed? Buhari the petroleum minister is a lunatic by nature.

mycheezee.blogspot.com said...

Thank God at least fuel queque will reduce

francisca oluchi said...

Jus bought fuel nw at d rate of 130per liter

ikechukwu ibe said...

that is one good news,even though i cannt understand the reason for the strike in the first place

Anonymous said...

The strike action was ill-fated bound to fail ab initio. You people have no choice than to stop the ill-advised strike. It is an anti progress and anti people strike, an absolute nonsense.

Ann Anthony said...

Bera

Akamelu Emmanuel said...

Am not an apc fan Bonario, but u are one of the reasons I still get hope on apc.

ibraheem nurudeen said...

U ar right

real jewel said...

Yea, I guess the agitation was as a result of the uncertainties surrounding their jobs, so its all good.
They departmentalized the organisation, i didn't see any need for the strike.
Its well

Pretty face said...

I hope this would put an end to this current fuel scarcity

miz aleezah said...

Nice there are optimistic positive minded young people like you .. We can't give up.. Nigeria will be great...

Okuru Bennett said...

IT IS A PITY and A BIG DIGRACE for PENGASAN not to UNDERSTAND - RESTRUCTURE!!!
After all, THE OIL COMPANIES THEY ARE "SUPPOSED" to SUPERVISE have been CARRING OUT THIS EXERCISE, to OPTIMISE PERFORMANCE OVER THE YEARS!!!!
So, NNPC hasn't been doing its work!!!
Thank God, they have EXPOSED THEMSELVES TO PUBLIC RIDICULE!!!!!
WHAT has BIP got to do with RESTRUCTURING???

Charles Okafor said...

Nice oo
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