Dennis Naku, Port Harcourt
The Nationwide Union of Petroleum and Pure Fuel Employees has mentioned it could not be a part of the strike embarked upon by the Petroleum and Pure Fuel Senior Workers Affiliation of Nigeria over the Built-in Payroll and Personnel Info System.
Nationwide Treasurer of NUPENG, Alex Agwanwor disclosed this throughout a Radio programme on Rhythm FM monitored by our correspondent in Port Harcourt.
He expressed optimism that the problems raised within the memo could be addressed by the federal authorities.
Agwanwor, who’s the Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Labour Congress, Rivers State chapter mentioned NUPENG has made enough import and storage of petroleum merchandise to make sure that there was no shortage Premium Motor Spirit in Port Harcourt and its environs.
Agwanwor, nevertheless, known as on the apex authorities to urgently handle the problems raised by PENGASSAN to keep away from becoming a member of the strike on sympathy.
“We’re nonetheless consulting on the nationwide stage to see the subsequent step to take as regards the continued strike by our sister union.
“Nonetheless, earlier than this time we now have made correct preparations when it comes to mobilising our members who’re the tanker drivers to ensure there’s sufficient availability of petroleum merchandise to cushion the scarcity within the importation of petroleum merchandise inside this era as a way to avert any type of shortage.”
He urged members of the general public, particularly these in Port Harcourt and its environs not to enter panic shopping for in anticipation of petrol shortage, saying tanker drivers have been inspired to double their distribution channels
“Don’t retailer petroleum product in your house in anticipation of any shortage as a result of as a union we don’t intend to unleash additional hardship which the general public is already experiencing,” the NUPENG nationwide treasurer acknowledged.