Lagos - Tough times await motorists in Lagos if recent threats by tanker drivers in Lagos comes to fruition, reports, Daily Trust.
Tanker drivers in Lagos had on Thursday threatened to embark on a strike from Tuesday if the government fails to compensate the family of one of their members killed by men of Operation Messa in Lagos last April.
The tanker drivers’ union, under the aegis of Petroleum Tanker Drivers (PTD) branch of NUPENG, has directed its members from Lagos not to load on Tuesday and Wednesday if its demand for compensation was not met by Monday.
The union has also directed all members nationwide to carry green leaves in a show of solidarity with effect from May 22.
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