Abuja - The Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff
Association of Nigeria has allegedly shut down offices of the Petroleum
Products Pricing Regulatory Agency across the country, Punch reported.
PENGASSAN has done because of issues bordering the
appointment of an acting executive secretary for the agency.
According to reports, trouble started at the agency after a
worker was sent on a official assignment to Lagos and had not been appointed as
staff of the agency.
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This prompted workers from PENGASSAN to shut down offices of
PPPRA across the country.
PENGASSAN Chairman, Mr Victor, confirmed the shut down and
stated that it was not correct for a person outside the agency to be brought in
to handle agency matters.
Operations however will remain shut until an agreement has
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