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Maritime Workers Union End Warning Strike At Terminal

Maritime Workers Union End Warning Strike At Terminal

Maritime Workers Union End Warning Strike At Terminal

Maritime Workers Union End Warning Strike At Terminal

The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria ended its three-day warning strike on Friday after reaching an agreement with APM Terminal, Apapa, regarding workers’ compensation.

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Adewale Adeyanju, the President-General of the MWUN, confirmed the development to our journalists on Friday.

Adeyanju revealed a settlement was made between the union and the terminal operator over several problems with the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria ended its three-day warning strike on Friday after reaching an agreement with APM Terminal, Apapa, regarding workers’ compensation.

Maritime Workers Union End Warning Strike At Terminal

Adewale Adeyanju, the President-General of the MWUN, confirmed the development to our journalists on Friday.

Adeyanju revealed a settlement was made between the union and the terminal operator over several problems with the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

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He confirmed that workers are to resume operational activities at the terminal with immediate effect.

He also commended the management of the Nigerian Ports Authority and the Nigerian Shippers’ Council for the prompt intervention to save the nation’s economy from collapse.

Maritime Workers Union End Warning Strike At Terminal

He, however, reiterated the union’s commitment to ensuring industrial peace and harmony in the shipping industry.

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The leadership of the dockworkers had, on Wednesday, shut down the terminal alleging the refusal of the terminal operator to review the workers’ CBA which is usually reviewed annually.


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