Aviation Minister Warns NLC Against Disrupting Flight Operations
The Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Festus Keyamo, has issued a stern warning to the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) against disrupting flight operations in the country.
Keyamo emphasized that such disruptions would have adverse effects on both foreigners and locals and tarnish the country’s image.
Festus Keyamo Urges Labour Movement to Avoid Disrupting Aviation Activities
Addressing stakeholders at the Ministerial Retreat of the Ministry in Effurun, Delta State, Festus Keyamo urged the Labour Movement to refrain from disrupting flight activities.
He highlighted the potential consequences of such actions and emphasized the need for a clear distinction between labour activities and political involvement.
Minister of Aviation Cautions NLC on Potential Impact of Flight Disruptions
Speaking at the retreat, Festus Keyamo condemned the recent assault on the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) President, Joe Ajaero, in Imo State.
However, he urged the labour leaders not to mix politics with the labour movement, emphasizing that targeting aviation would affect the entire country.
Keyamo Condemns Assault on NLC President, Urges Distinction in Labour Activities
While expressing his disapproval of the assault on Joe Ajaero, Festus Keyamo appealed to the Labour Movement to avoid destructive actions on the platform of politics.
He stressed the importance of distinguishing between labour activities and political involvement, emphasizing that the current situation is more political than a fight for workers’ rights.
Warning Against Flight Disruptions: Festus Keyamo Addresses Labour Movement
Festus Keyamo delivered a strong warning to the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) during the Ministerial Retreat, cautioning them against disrupting flight operations.
He highlighted the broader impact such disruptions would have on both local and international travelers, urging the labour leaders to reconsider their approach.
NLC Protest at Airport: Keyamo Appeals for Consideration in Aviation Sector
Following reports of Organised Labour members blocking the entry and exit points of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in protest, Festus Keyamo appealed for consideration in the aviation sector.
He emphasized that aviation should not become a target and urged the Labour Movement to distinguish between political activities and genuine labour concerns.
Minister Keyamo Appeals to Labour Leaders to Avoid Aviation Disruptions
In his appeal to Labour leaders, Minister Festus Keyamo requested that they avoid disruptions in the aviation sector.
He reminded them of the potential repercussions for both domestic and international travelers, urging a careful consideration of the impact of their actions on the entire country.
Distinction Needed: Keyamo Calls for Separation of Labour Movement and Politics
Festus Keyamo underscored the importance of separating the Labour Movement from politics, especially in light of recent events.
He called for a clear distinction between genuine labour activities and political engagements, emphasizing that the focus should be on workers’ rights rather than political affiliations.