‘We Would Determine Next Line Of Action’, Says Aviation Workers As They End Two-Day Warning Strike

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Aviation union workers, on Tuesday, ended their two-day warning strike which commenced on Monday, in protest of poor working conditions.

In a video seen by newsmen on Tuesday, Francis Akinjole, general secretary of the Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN), apologised to the public for the inconveniences experienced.

Speaking on behalf of the unions, Akinjole said after this warning strike, the unions would restrategise if the federal government does not come up with a considerable solution.

‘We Would Determine Next Line Of Action’, Says Aviation Workers As They End Two-Day Warning Strike

“A meeting was slated today with the National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission and board members of various agencies. We are expecting the outcome but we can never be disappointed because we know what it is going to be,” he said.

“We pray that whatever report is brought will be favourable so that this whole problem would be permanently resolved.

“We are satisfied with the two-day warning which is just a sensitisation exercise to inform Nigerians.

“If we do not get a good response, we would go back to our drawing board and determine the next line of action.”