Two-day warning strike over Condition of Service still…

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By Chinelo Obogo


The plan by in four aviation agencies to embark on two-day warning strike on Monday and Tuesday, May 9 and 10, over the non implementation of the Minimum Consequential Adjustment, still stands, Daily Sun can .


The General of the of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) Ocheme Aba, confirmed to Daily Sun on Sunday evening that there has been no development to the and that the strike will still go on. 


The Association of Federal Republic of Nigeria Aviation Professionals (ANAP), the Amalgamated Union of Public Corporation, Civil Service Technical and Recreational Services Employees (AUPCTRE) and NUATE issued a statement in the weekend, saying that despite their best , the issue of the Conditions of Service of the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMeT), Nigerian Airspace Agency (NAMA), Federal Republic of Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority () and Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT) as negotiated for upwards of seven years with the National Salaries Income and Wages (NSIWC) and the Minimum Wage Consequential Adjustment remain unimplemented since 2019.


The unions said the ongoing effort by the Federal of Aviation and the NSWIC to resolve these issues do not show any positive sign of achieving amelioration anytime within sight and consequently, they have no than to embark on an industrial action to their demands.


“everything in NAMA, NCAA, NiMeT and NCAT are hereby directed to embark on a two-day warning strike on May 9 and 10, 2022. Should the warning go unheeded, an indefinite strike shall be called soon afterwards.

However, workers in all aviation organisations including FAAN and AIB are hereby directed to support and operate with the unions to assure full and success of the strike,” they stated.

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