- Truckers and clearing agents associations may embark on strike today if federal government didn’t meet their demand
- They had met with representatives of FG on Sunday, May 14, on how to avert the strike
- The government had assured that it would meet their demand today, Monday, May 15
Truckers and clearing agents associations have given the federal government till mid-day of Monday May 15 to avert the looming seaport strike by ensuring that earth moving caterpillars are mobilised to failed portion of ports access roads.
Nigerian Tribune reports that the stakeholders gave this ultimatum Sunday night May 14 in Lagos after a lengthy meeting with representatives of the federal government led by the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC), Barrister Hassan Bello.
NAIJ.com gathered that the federal government’s delegation assured that by Monday morning, caterpillars would have moved to failed portion of the ports access roads.
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