Former MP Shehu Sani said he supported the strike launched by the country’s aviation workers, calling it commendable.
Sani also called on the federal government to respond to their request.
His statement was in a post through his verified Twitter account on Tuesday.
Recall that Nigerian aviation workers began a two-day warning strike on Monday with a protest at Lagos airport.
Associations include the National Association of Air Transport Officers, the Air Transport Services Senior Management Association of Nigeria, the Nigerian Association of Aviation Professionals, the Union of Technical Service Employees, and the Prize. position of the Corporation for Public Affairs and the National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers. However, Sani said the government should look into their requests, noting that they work in a very sensitive field.
“The two days strike embarked upon by the aviation workers is commendable.
“The government should address their demands. They work in a very sensitive sector where the safety of human lives is paramount. But I don’t understand why they are opposed to the demolition of their old offices.”