Railway-workers commence three-day nationwide strike

Railway workers in the country on Thursday grounded rail services cross country as they set out on a three-day warning strike.

The industrial activity by the workers shut down traveler and freight train services of the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC). Gistmeblog247 reports.

Railway workers in Idu, Abuja, locked the station and showed different placards in protest.

Likewise in Lagos, furious workers at the Mobolaji Johnson Train Station in Ebute-Metta, showed placards, poor welfare and poor salary.

At the Professor Wole Soyinka railway station in Abeokuta, Ogun State capital, the protesting workers likewise guaranteed there was no train services.

Prior on Wednesday, NRC representatives under the aegis of the Nigerian Union of Railway Workers, had compromised they would end train tasks cross nationwide including services for the well known Lagos-Ibadan, Abuja-Kaduna, and Warri-Itakpe routes.

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