NIPOST workers suspend warning strike




The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) workers under the aegis of Senior Staff Association of Statutory Corporations and   Government Owned Companies (SSASCGOC) and the National Union of Postal and Telecommunications Employees (NUPTE) have suspended it’s three days scheduled strike.

The workers had planned a three day warning strike expected to begin on Wednesday, 17th July, 2019.

The management of the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) in a statement signed by Franklin Alao, Wednesday, commended the workers for the timely resolution of their grievances.

“The management of the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST)   wishes to use this medium to inform the general public,   NIPOST customers and stakeholders that the three day warning strike expected to begin on Wednesday, 17th July, 2019 issued by NIPOST workers through the leadership of the Senior Staff Association of Statutory Corporations and Government Owned Companies (SSASCGOC) and the National Union of Postal and Telecommunications Employees (NUPTE) has been suspended.

“With the peaceful resolution of the issues involved leading to the warning strike, management wishes to use this medium to also express its profound appreciation to the chairman and members of the NIPOST Governing Board for the timely intervention and complementary role they played in averting the planned work to rule action.  

“Management equally appreciates the continued support of NIPOST staff to ensure that the provision of efficient and excellent postal services to the citizens can only be achieved through a united workforce in a peaceful environment.  

Alao stated that, “management will continue to explore all  measures through collaborations with both public and private organisations to widen NIPOST revenue generation base in order to forestall recurrence of issues affectingstaff welfare.”

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