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Wednesday, May 13, 2020

NNPC Sacks Over 100 Contract Staff

The Nigerian National Petroleum Cooperation (NNPC) has laid off over a 100 contract workers in a bid to rehabilitate its refineries.






According to reports on The Punch, NNPC disengaged the services of these workers who were employed on contract basis by five contracting agencies.

Kennie Obateru, the Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division, NNPC said the corporation was working to revive the refineries and make them deliver at least 90 per cent of their refining capacities.

He explained that......

“The people concerned are not our direct staff. We have contractors who supply us labour, they could be 10, 20 or more and they are just engaged for the period for which their services are needed. It could be one or two months, but usually not more than three months.

“So the contractor supplies the workers. But from what we have seen, our experience is that because a contractor is used to working with some people, each time we ask for supply, he uses some of these persons repeatedly.”


The Punch




*This is not funny at all...More families will feel the pinch.

21 comments:

  1. Why contract staff? Why not full staff. They pay well to full staff and the money can employ 400 contract staff.

    Shame

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  2. The Original ShugarGirl13 May 2020 at 14:45

    oh my Goodness!

    Not this time please

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  3. This refinery rehabilitation has been on and gulping Billions without any
    conclusion. Is it the oceans that they are rehabilitating? 😏😏😏😏😏

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  4. This is so sad. In this corona era?

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  5. oh! my God, in this epidemic...

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  6. What will become of those affected now?

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  7. Too bad for some people

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  8. Thought I heard they just hired some new hands? Check d names of people sacked & ur guess is as good as mine, as per their states of origin & tribes.

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  9. God help the poor.

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  10. Lord have mercy. In this pandemic?

    It is well o.

    #LOVE😍

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  11. Stella, they are lying. I am a victim. They sacked over 700 in all the refineries. We are known as support Staff. 175 were sacked in Port Harcourt which am inclusive, 400 in Warri and over 200 in Kaduna.

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  12. Stella, they are lying. I am a victim. They sacked over 700 in all the refineries. We are known as support Staff. 175 were sacked in Port Harcourt which am inclusive, 400 in Warri and over 200 in Kaduna.

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    1. so sorry about this ,
      I pray you find another job soon πŸ™

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    2. So sorry'this is not fair o'God will provide a better one for you 'amem

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    3. Am very sorry darling. GOD will bring a better one ok

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  13. These NNPC people will just waste people's lives all in the name of contract workers. They pay very low too for an oil company. I know a Nurse in their clinic in Warri and the pay is like 77K per month, shameful; and all with the hopes of being converted. Only for them to crush people's hope in this corona period, that is cold.

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  14. So sorry Dear. Don't worry. God got your back

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