Calabar - Unless a number of issues, including poor wages and condition of service, are promptly resolved, the Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has threatened to shut down three major ports in the South- South. The ports are Calabar, Onne and Warri.
The workers have also threatened to petition President Goodluck Jonathan over their oppressive working conditions in the hands of management of the ports, Modern Stevedoring Company Limited, reports Vanguard.
The workers say the amount they get paid is not the same with what other stevedoring firms pay their workers.
The warned that If nothing urgent is done by the management to positively address their poor condition of service, they will not hesitate to shut down the three ports anytime from now.
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