Based on a report by Vanguard, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, staff have gone on a warning strike.
The employees yesterday launched into 1-day warning strike to press residence their calls for for cost of the excellent stability of salaries and allowances.
That is simply as the employees’ unions locked the doorway gates to the headquarters of FAAN to forestall the Aviation Minister, Senator Hadi Sirika from holding a scheduled city corridor assembly with the authority’s staff.
The Minister was scheduled to carry a city corridor assembly with the unions and members of workers Thursday, at midday to debate the employees’ calls for. Canopies and decorations have been arrange, in preparation for the assembly.
However outdoors the venue, gates have been padlocked and blocked with autos by the employees and the union leaders, with solidarity songs blaring from loudspeakers.
On Wednesday night, Nationwide Union of Air Transport Workers NUATE, Air Transport Companies Senior Employees Affiliation of Nigeria, ATSSSAN and the Affiliation of Nigerian Aviation Professionals, ANAP issued a discover to embark on the one-day warning strike after the seven days ultimatum earlier issued to FAAN Administration to fulfill the employees calls for elapsed.
The employees’ calls for embrace ” instant cost of excellent allowances, go away allowances, remittance of contributory pensions, cooperative deductions, the gratuity of retired workers and dying advantages”.
Others are ” instant launch of aviation intervention funds, instant implementation of the nationwide minimal wage and instant remittance 105.three billion actuarial valuations as 2016 to PFA’s, instant reparation of 2020 actuarial valuation”.
The motion of the FAAN staff has crippled actions of different aviation businesses which have places of work throughout the FAAN headquarters advanced. The Nigerian Airspace Administration Company, NAMA and the Nigerian Quarantine companies workers haven’t been in a position to achieve entry to their places of work as on the time of submitting this report.