Port-Harcourt - Four states in the South-South will experience blackout as workers of the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company commence an indefinite strike, Punch reports.
The National Union of Electricity Employees on Monday directed workers of the company to shut power supply to those states with effect from Tuesday.
The General Secretary of the union Joseph Ajaero, said the workers should halt all electricity transmission and distribution operations of the electric firm.
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The workers are said to be protesting over alleged unfair labour practices by the company.
The four states to be affected by the strike are Rivers, Cross River, Bayelsa and Akwa Ibom states.
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