Abuja - Aviation workers who are preparing for a two-day warning strike over the merger of some agencies in the aviation sector have been told to jettison the idea.
This is because the federal government has not yet taken a final decision on the Steve Orosanye-led panel, which recommended the merger, reports African Financial News.
Dr. Samuel Ortom, Supervising Minister of Aviation, said the government is still studying the report and would look at all the issues in totality before taken any decision.
He appealed to the workers to shelve the strike in the interest of the nation.
Read more at African Financial News.
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