Nigerian Oil Labour Union Suspends Strike At Total's Fuel Depots

Reuters

YENAGOA, Nigeria, Jan 6 (Reuters) - Nigerian oil labour union Nupeng has suspended a strike at Total's fuel depots after an agreement was reached to end a row over sackings, a union official said on Friday.

On Thursday, the union said it had ordered a nationwide stop of work at Total's fuel depots.

"The warning strike has been suspended for now," said Cogent Ojobor, a Nupeng official in southern Nigeria.

(Reporting by Tife Owolabi; Writing by Ulf Laessing; Editing by Mark Potter)

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