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Health workers at the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) have on Thursday embarked on a seven-day warning strike.
The striking workers are members of the Medical and Health Workers Union.
The vice-chairman of the union, Idzi Isua confirmed the strike in a chat with Premium Times.
Izua said the union is demanding the payment of promotion arrears for 2018 and 2019 promotions owed its members amongst other pending issues.
“More worrisome is that 2020 promoted staff will soon (also) join the queue. This request has lingered for too long hence the strike action,” he said.
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