Nigerian Air Traffic Controllers’ Association suspends its planned strike, other actions for two weeks.
Written by News Room on November 25, 2021
Nigerian Air Traffic Controllers’ Association (NATCA) has announced the suspension of its planned strike and any other actions for the next two weeks.
The group in a statement on Wednesday said the decision was taken after a meeting with MD/CEO of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) where it was agreed that a four-man follow-up and implementation group be submitted by NATCA to work with the management team in looking into their demands.
NATCA had earlier on Tuesday lamented poor working conditions and threatened industrial action following the death of their colleague, Aniekan Effiong Inuk, at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.
The group said they have lost nine members on active service due to stress-related health complications which seem associated with poor working conditions and inadequate staffing.