Ex-temporal Workers Of Chantier Naval Storm Prime Minister’s Office, Demand Owed Dues

Ex-temporal Workers of the National Shipyard and Industrial Engineering company have bombarded the premises of the Prime Minister’s office this Wednesday morning, June 7, 2023, due to delayed unpaid dues owed them.

The ex-temporal workers of the company commonly called Chantier Naval started thier strike over a week ago with a march from Douala to Yaounde.

The feel discontented with the long silence  of government authorities since 2019 and aim to mount pressure for thier due to be paid amongst other worries.

Earlier on June 6, they had staged a demonstration infront of the Prime Minister’s office over 1 Billion xaf owed them.

One of thier banner read ‘562 families are affected’. It remains to see if the government is going to act this time around.

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