IPPIS: Petrol Scarcity Looms As PENGASSAN Stop Work

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Nigeria may confront a scarcity of petrol in the coming days as oil workers have been requested to down devices from one side of the country to the other.

Oil laborers under the aegis of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria were requested by the relationship to abandon their obligation posts.

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It was, in any case, accumulated on Monday night that the Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Labor and Employment contacted the oil laborers and welcomed the affiliation’s chiefs to a gathering in Abuja.

The request was given in a letter, dated November 8, 2020, and marked by the General Secretary, PENGASSAN, Lumumba Okugbawa, which was additionally replicated to the Central Working Committee individuals from the affiliation.

Okugbawa told our journalist in Abuja that the strike was to kick against the disappointment of the government to make any solid move as respects the contrasts among PENGASSAN and government on issues verging on the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System.

“Indeed I marked the letter and it is from the relationship to all branch executives yet up till this moment, we’ve not gotten any word from the government on the issues of concern,” he said on Monday morning.

The letter to all branch directors of PENGASSAN was named ‘Re: Breach in concurrence on IPPIS usage and excess in Baker Hughes’.

It read partially, “We allude to the above letter dated November 2, 2020, where we gave a seven-day ultimatum and further expansion to the pertinent government offices and establishments.

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“Deplorably and upon the lapse of the ultimatum, nothing concrete has been finished concerning the exceptional issues as identified in the letter.

“Considering the abovementioned and with the lapse of the ultimatum and ensuing expansion, you are thusly encouraged to pull out administrations powerful 12 PM on Sunday, November 8, 2020.”

The affiliation coordinated the branch directors to guarantee that their individuals completely conformed to the mandate, adding that the administrators should anticipate further order.

“All zonal offices are to screen consistency and report the same to the public secretariat,” PENGASSAN expressed in its letter.

In August, The PUNCH revealed that individuals from PENGASSAN in the Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources and a portion of its offices set out on a three-day cautioning strike.

The senior specialists had brought down instruments at the Abuja central command of the FMPR in a challenge the non-installment of their compensations for around a quarter of a year.

The strike was additionally left upon by PENGASSAN to kick against the Federal Government’s incorporation of its individuals in the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System.

PENGASSAN and the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers had made the danger in a letter routed to the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva.

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