2 thoughts on “Nigerian oil workers on strike

  1. Nigerian oil workers union threatens strike over privatisation

    The PENGASSAN oil workers union is threatening to strike if the government goes ahead with the privatisation of the Port Harcourt Petrochemical and Refinery Company.

    The government proposes to sell the company to Oando Plc., the largest Nigerian oil company with a production output of 54,000 barrels per day and a market value of $894 Million.

    The Nigerian Senate was ignored when it voted for the suspension of the sale.


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