PHCN Workers Pray Over Privatisation


All workers of Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN, led by Monzor M. Musa, president of their workers union, Joe Ajaero, general secretary and other executives of the union commenced a prayer session nationwide today.

The workers’ union president and other executives are presently in Abuja for the capital city’s prayer programme.

The prayer session was scheduled ahead of a proposed meeting slated for 18 February, 2012 in Abuja with the Federal Government to deliberate on the final pay off of PHCN workers as the government was poised to privatise PHCN.

Against this backdrop, PHCN workers are praying that if the Federal Government must send them away, their entitlements should be paid in full.

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National President of PHCN workers union, Musa had mobilised all the company’s workers to organise a prayer session in every state in Nigeria.

They had set aside today for the prayers. And they abandoned their duty posts to devote time to prayers this morning.

According to the National Financial Secretary of PHCN workers union, Comrade Oluranti Christopher Abodunde, the prayer point of the electricity workers centres on payment of their entitlements, whenever they are disengaged from the services of PHCN to pave way for the company’s privatisation.

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