Lagos - Hundreds of aggrieved members of staff of Nigerian Postal Services stormed the headquarters of the agency. to protest an alleged decision of the management, Punch reports.
The protesters shut down operations as they were aggrieved over the decision of the management to compel level 07 members of staff to join the Senior Staff Association of Communications, Transport and Corporations as against the National Union of Post and Telecommunication Employees.
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The President of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Ayuba Wabba, who led the protest, said that NIPOST management violated the rights of the workers to belong to unions of their choice.
The NIPOST Postmaster General was said to have stayed away from the office during the protest because of concerns over his personal security.
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