NUPENG begins strike over alleged anti-labour policies

• Poly teachers insist on action • Group seeks end to Edo teachers’ boycott THE Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), at the weekend announced plans to begin a three-day warning strike today  over alleged  unfair labour practices by oil multinationals such as  Chevron, Shell and  Agip. Meanwhile, the end may not yet be in sight for the strike embarked by polytechnic teachers as they yesterday vowed to continue the action until their demands are met ...
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Added June 30, 2013
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