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PENGASSAN begins 3-day warning strike



PENGASSAN begins 3-day warning strike
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The Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN), Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Port Harcourt branch, has began a three-day warning strike, protesting the failure of the SPDC to give palliatives to its workers to cushion the hardship caused by the removal of subsidy petrol.

The workers, in their protest, threatened that they will ground activities of the multi-national Oil Company IOC, they do not heed to their demands.

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Condemning the role of the International Oil Companies in the removal of subsidy, the workers argued that Nigerian workers must not be treated as slaves in their own Country.

The workers displayed placards agitating that the management of the Oil Multi-national oil company should stop their racism and provide palliatives for their workers to cushion the rising price of petrol and other commodities since the removal of petrol subsidy by President Bola Tinubu.