Tanker drivers in Imo State have called off their three-week old industrial action.
The drivers’ union had in August 27 embarked on strike following a disagreement with the government of the state over alleged highhandedness by some agencies of the state.
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The situation led to the skyrocketing of price of fuel to as high as N400 per litre.
At a meeting between the state government and tanker drivers in Owerri on Wednesday, the union urged members to resume normal sale immediately.
The government set up a 15-member committee made up of seven members from the government side and eight members from the concerned union.
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