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3000 oil workers sacked-NUPENG chairman says, issues 21-day ultimatum to FG to stop mass sack

3000 oil workers sacked-NUPENG chairman says, issues 21-day ultimatum to FG to stop mass sack

Chairman of the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers NUPENG, Igwe Achese, today disclosed that oil giant, Chevron, has folded up in the Eastern part of the country, leaving 1500 people out of jobs without entitlements.

Achese made the disclosure at the end of a meeting of the Central Working Committee of the union held in Effurun, Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State.

Accoridng to him, over 3000 oil workers in Nigeria have so far lost their jobs due to the Economic recession. Achese on behalf of the union, issued a 21-day ultimatum to the Federal government to stop the mass sack in the oil sector or they would embark on a total strike.

“It is painful to say as I address you, Chevron has wound up in the East and their offices closed. A total of 1,500 workers were sacked without their entitlements and nobody is saying anything. As we speak, many companies have left and many others are winding up to go.

Many oil companies are winding up, including ExxonMobil, Pan Ocean, Sapiem Ground Petroleum, and Hercules Offshore Nigeria Limited.

About 3,000 workers have already been sacked by the various oil companies. NUPENG will take all necessary action to drive home its demands if FG failed to act in 21 days.

We are 100% in support against anti-corruption, but there must be respite for Nigerians. Right now, our members and even those in other sectors are no longer able to pay school fees for their children and even afford rents. Worse still, those being sacked now are so treated without commitment to proper terminal benefits”he said

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Posted by on October 26, 2016.

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