Maritime workers strike grounds 12,000 containers, NPA intervenes

    About 12,000 containers are currently trapped in the nation’s ports, as the strike action embarked upon by the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) lingers.

    The union had shut all seaports nationwide to due the failure of the International Oil Companies (IOCs) operating in the country to pay the wages of the stevedoring workers since June last year.

    When The Guardian visited the Lagos ports yesterday, the workers barricaded the entrance to the busiest seaport in Nigeria chanting No Retreat, No Surrender.

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