The Rivers State Association of Filling Station Owners has pledged to boycott Tuesday’s planned labor strike in the state.
Francis Dimkpa, the chairman of the Petroleum Products Retail Outlets Owners Association of Nigeria, made this announcement on Monday in Port Harcourt following a meeting of stakeholders.

All of the state’s gas stations, according to Dimkpa, should continue operating and serving consumers.
stated: “The news circulating about the planned strike action by certain labor organizations in Rivers State is not unknown to the leadership of the Petroleum Products Retail Outlets Owners Association of Nigeria.

The Petroleum Products Retail Outlets Owners Association of Nigeria has decided not to participate in the proposed strike action for Rivers State at this time. As a result, all filling stations are instructed to stay open in order to serve their patrons.

You may be aware that on Tuesday, the Nigerian Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress were prevented from participating in industrial action in Rivers by a National Industrial Court located in Lagos. This action was taken while the state government’s lawsuit against the unions was being heard. This information was revealed by Paulinus Nsirim, the Commissioner for Information and Communications for the Rivers State, and Prof. Zacchaus Adangor, the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice.

However, the national and state labor leadership disregarded the court order, arguing that the workers’ protest should proceed as scheduled in the state. In a statement, NLC President Ayuba Wabba cautioned Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike not to allow any harm to come to any workers during the state protest.

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