Ibadan - The Independent Marketers branch of the Nigerian Union of Petroleum Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has threatened to go on strike if the leadership crisis rocking Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) is not resolved.
The decision to embark on the strike action was taken at the union’s National Executive Council meeting in Ibadan, reports ThisDay.
The union has given the committee reviewing the Collective Bargaining Agreement an ultimatum to resolve the IPMAN impasse immediately and implement improved salary structures or be faced with what it termed ‘mother of all strikes.
The union through its president, Thompson Ogbodo, said the protracted crisis bedeviling their employers (IPMAN) for some time now is causing serious hardship on its members who had continued to bear the brunt through unfulfilled promises of enhanced working conditions.
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