Fresh reports reaching us has it that electricity workers under the umbrella of the National Union of Electricity Employees (NUEE), have suspended their nationwide strike action.
This was made known earlier today by the Eko Electricity Distribution Company via it’s twitter handle.
According to the reports, the strike was supended shortly after a meeting with officials of the federal government where the union agreed that it would discontinue the one-day old strike action.
The strike action lasted for barely 24 hours, and a large part of the country experienced total blackout.
Speaking with newsmen, the National President of NUEE, Comrade Joe Ajaero, revealed that the workers’ grievances were conclusively addressed.
He said that all the concerns of the union and it’s members were addressed at the talks which lasted till the wee hours of today.
“ We have concluded deliberations and all issues were addressed but we are awaiting implementation.
Meanwhile, our strike action is suspended,” Ajaero said.