Monday, July 24, 2017

Huawei Nigeria sacks 100 engineers over 9mobile crisis

The crisis rocking Nigerian operator 9mobile, formerly Etisalat Nigeria, has taken a new twist as one of its key strategic partners, Huawei, has sacked over 100 Nigerian engineers of their jobs, reports telecompaper.

The workers, who said they had worked with the company for over eight years, protested over the sudden move, saying that it was done without due process. The affected workers gathered outside the premises in Abuja, carrying placards with different inscriptions, calling for their reinstatement.

Koledade Owa, chairman of Private Telecommunications and Communications Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PTECSSAN), said his members were fire via through phone calls. The PTECSSAN chairman disclosed that there was no discussion with worker representatives on the matter. He said that the affected workers were not given any severance package, adding that some of them were not paid in June.
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  1. thanks for the lovely update

  2. How is this gonna take us out of our present economic reccession

  3. Thanks for Your informative update

  4. they should have at least followed due process in giving them the boot

  5. Too bad....
    Thanks for keeping it fresh here wizy!

  6. Huawei has always been biased towards nigeria workers and there was even a motion in the house of assembly to probe Them regarding their treatment of nigerians and the outsourcing of nigeria jobs to inreases, I guess now They will have a legitimate excuse about the sacking.

  7. They did not sack the engineers because of the 9 mobile crisis oooo...

  8. Their brand is not that popular in Nigeria... The engineers should forget bout the protest and try to sue them

  9. in the economic recession we are now one need to maintain he/her job very tightly but at least they should have give them a warning taking action which I think Is not fair.

  10. Instead of thinking about the present economic reccession we are in now, and finding ways of resolving them instead reverse is the case