The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, (IPMAN) and its allied bodies have threatened to embark on an indefinite strike, commencing from first week in February, over the deplorable Sagamu/Mosimi depot road.
The ultimatum was handed down by the association at a press briefing held at the Mosimi petroleum products loading depot, located in Sagamu area of Ogun state, South-West Nigeria.
They claimed that the bad road has continued to have an unpleasant impact on their businesses, just as avoidable human loss and resources are being wasted on the 7km stretch of road.
As a result of this, the independent marketers, tanker drivers and other affiliated bodies of the union have threatened to withdraw their services indefinitely, if something concrete and urgent is not done by the Federal Government.
A quick intervention by the authority concerned could avert this impending industrial action which is capable of paralyzing socio-economic activities in the affected areas.
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