Information just emerged that the aviation unions have concluded plans to totally shut down the Murtala Muhammed Airport and others to flight operations and other activities beginning from Monday, April 17th, 2023.
The development came following a notice earlier issued by the unions aviation workers nationwide to embark on a two days warning strike between Monday and Tuesday to press home their demands which include the implementation of the new salary structure.
The unions are also calling on the government to prevail on the minister of aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika to rescind his decision to demolish the Lagos head offices of the aviation agencies.
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The unions in a circular issued at the weekend vowed to embark on a full fledged strike if their demands are not met after the expiration of the two days warning strike on Tuesday.
It was however, gathered that all efforts by the Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) Captain Musa Nuhu to on behalf of the government, persuade the unions at a meeting he held with them in Abuja which lasted till late hours of Sunday failed to yield any positive result as the unions said there was no going back to shut the Lagos airport down.
A union member who spoke to the Nigerian Tribune revealed that the planned shutdown of activities at the airport will be the first of its kind as no one will be allowed access to the airport.
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