Petroleum tanker drivers call of industrial action in C/River, CRSG to engage in further dialog


Efio-Ita Nyok|26 May 2017 

Petroleum Tanker Drivers in Calabar, Cross River, Thursday, called off their two days industrial action against the state government NegroidHaven has learnt. 

This decision was arrived at after series of dialog between the petroleum tanker drivers and Cross River State Government. 
As at yesterday Uddy King Filling Station and Northwest Filling Station both located at Parliamentary Extension  reportedly sold petroleum products in Calabar. 
The Director-General of Greater Calabar Capital City Development Authority, Comrade Kingsley Ikpeme enjoined Cross Riverians to embrace dialog and accommodate views of others. 
According to DG Ikpeme, 'What dialogue can't achieve, violence can't achieve, let's always go to the drawing board, respecting and accommodating each others view, according to Socrates. Give to everyman its dew and the world will be at Peace'.
Information garnered by NegroidHaven has it that further dialog will continue over the new tax regime proposed by the state government. 
Recall that the petroleum tanker drivers had embarked on a strike action on Tuesday after a fierce disagreement with state government officials over tax returns. 

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