Fuel Scarcity Looms As NARTO Embarks On Warning Strike
Following a two-day warning strike announced by the Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO), Nigerians may have to deal with fuel scarcity from today. NARTO) is the umbrella body of all commercial vehicles owners in Nigeria.
The organisation, which engages in the haulage of petroleum products, general cargoes, and movement of goods and passengers within the country and the West-African sub-region noted that, thereafter, it will issue a 10-day ultimatum for a full-blown industrial dispute.
In a press briefing yesterday, NARTO said it received with shock the recent government decision to place an immediate ban on all petroleum trucks above 45,000 litre-capacity from plying Nigerian roads.
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