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Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Nigeria Misplaced N7bn Income At Airports — Cargo Brokers


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The Home Airports Cargo Brokers Affiliation (DACAA) has introduced that Nigeria misplaced about N7 billion inside the two days the organised labour launched into nationwide industrial strike.

LEADERSHIP experiences that airways suspended operations indefinitely throughout the nation on account of the strike motion by the Nigerian employees below the directives of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Commerce Union Congress (TUC) on Monday and Tuesday.

Chairman, Board of Trustees of the DACAA, Mr Ikpe Nkanang, disclosed this in an interview with journalists on Friday in Lagos.

Nkanang mentioned that about 30 tonnes of cargo had been lifted throughout the nation’s home airports every day, noting that the amount of cargoes dumped throughout the two-day strike may solely be imagined.

“For these two days the airways weren’t working, and as soon as the airways usually are not working, cargo can not transfer, and it’s a nice loss to all of us.

“You wanted to see the amount of cargoes that had been dumped over these two days; in fact, you realize we gathered cargoes throughout the weekend, hoping that by Monday and Tuesday we’d have the ability to ship them out.

“It was a colossal loss to us within the cargo world, it affected our earnings and, in fact, the financial system of the nation.

“For these few hours of the strike, the nation misplaced about N7 billion throughout all native airports,” Nkanang mentioned.

Nkanang additionally clarified that transporting a kilogramme of cargo prices N300 and urged the Federal Authorities to achieve an settlement with the organized labour in time to avert resumption of the strike.

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