The recent airport employees’ strike had no economic impact, according to NAHCO

The Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Plc, NAHCO, stated that its employees’ strike action on Monday lasted only a few hours and had no substantial impact on the company’s operations.

On Wednesday, NAHCO disclosed this in its corporate filing to the Nigerian Exchange Ltd.

The NAHCO workers’ protest over salary concerns left travellers stuck at Lagos’ Murtala Muhammed International Airport on Monday morning, according to the kuryaloaded. However, the striking workers called it quits hours later.

The corporation reassured shareholders and the general public that it would continue to provide aviation services.

It stated that a meeting between the FAAN, the NCAA, and the Department of State Security, DSS resulted in a resolution for all parties engaged in the disagreement.

NAHCO indicated that wage increment negotiations would begin on Wednesday, January 25, and end on Saturday, January 28.

The National Union of Air Transport Employees, NUATE, and the Air Transport Senior Staff Services Association, ATTSSSAN, went on strike in response to NAHCO management’s perceived delay in responding to their requests.

On Wednesday, the Federal Executive Council, presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, criticized the NAHCO workers’ strike and banned protests in Nigerian airports and other critical services.

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