By Angela Nkwocha
The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) has suspended the three days warning expected to begin on Wednesday, 17th July, 2019 as issued by NIPOST workers through the leadership of the Senior Staff Association of Statutory Corporations and Government Owned Companies (SSASCGOC) and the National Union of Postal and Telecommunications Employees (NUPTE).
This was made known via a statement from it’s Cooperate Head of Media, Franklin Also, who averred that there is a peaceful resolution of the issues involved which prompted the warning strike. While appreciating the various parties involved for their cooperation towards the peaceful resolutions, he acknowledged the continued support of NIPOST staff towards ensuring the provision of efficient and excellent postal services to the citizens stressing, that this can only be made possible through a united workforce in a peaceful environment.
“Management wishes to use this medium to also express its profound appreciation to the President General of SSASCGOC and NUPTE President for their understanding and maturity demonstrated during meetings with them. Management equally appreciates the continued support of NIPOST staff to ensure that the provision of efficient and excellent postal services to the citizens can only be achieved through a united workforce in a peaceful environment.
“Management will continue to explore all measures through collaborations with both public and private organizations to widen NIPOST revenue generation base in order to forestall recurrence of issues affecting staff welfare. Management’s appreciation also goes to members of the Communications Reporters for their support and cooperation in this regard”, the statement stated.