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NAHCO Thanks Clients for Understanding as Staff Calls Off Strike

The Management of Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO), has thanked its client for their show of great understanding during the industrial action embarked upon by its staff on Monday that lasted for about 14 hours.

The strike action left hundreds of passengers of local and foreign airlines across airports in the country stranded.

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In a communique signed by Management of the Company, unions’ representatives and regulatory agencies, it was resolved that the unions call off the strike and all staff resume work immediately.

Other issues agreed upon are that NAHCO management withdraw the suit it instituted at the National Industrial Court (NIC) against the unions; negotiations on staff welfare to resume on Wednesday, January 25th and be concluded within the week; and that no staff be victimised because of participation in the strike action.

Speaking on the resolution at the end of the meeting held at NAHCO Aviance House on Monday, the Group Executive Director, Dr. Sola Obabori, expressed sincere appreciation of the Company to its clients who showed great understanding with NAHCO during the period of the strike action and to the passengers who were inconvenienced by the strike action.

Obabori also expressed NAHCO’s deep appreciation to these esteemed clients, the large community of airline passengers who depend on NAHCO and to the stakeholders who have intervened in calming down the situation.

He indicated the company’s readiness to provide excellent customer experience to its clients and delight them continually, pointing out that both staff and management are key stakeholders in the bigger picture.

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Olamide Osho

Olamide Osho is a journalist covering the maritime, aviation and crime beats with special interest in sports and public relations. He is also a songwriter and a football fan passionate about Arsenal FC. You can contact him via Olamideosho@journalng.com.

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