Lagos – The three unions in the nation’s aviation industry say they have shelved their strike scheduled for August 4.
The decision to stay action on the strike was reached at a meeting of the unions with the management of by the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency in Lagos on Saturday.
A statement by the unions said NAMA had agreed to meet their demands, some of which border on welfare.
The unions served a strike notice on July 31.
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