NUPENG to Boost Workers’ Welfare

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  • NUPENG to Boost Workers’ Welfare

Plans are underway by the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) to increase the welfare of its workers to boost productivity.

Its President, Williams Akporeha, stated this during a meeting at its national secretariat in Lagos.

The workers are demanding staff performance evaluation; identifying aspects where training and development would be required in the interest of NUPENG.

At the meeting, the workers’ council commended Akporeha for his leadership role and for the achievements he recorded within a short period of his assumption of office.

The council’s Chairman, Chinda Ejims, expressed appreciation to the national executive council, saying,

“Sir, your magnanimity and milestone achievements within the period of your assumption of office and in particular, the strive to better and improve the NUPENG workers’ condition of service is overwhelming and commendable.”

The NUPENG boss thanked the workers’ council for the trust and confidence they reposed in him since he took the mantle of leadership in April.

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