Actions on the Lagos headquarters of the Petroleum and Pure Gasoline Senior Employees Affiliation of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) got here to a halt on Friday when the demise of the affiliation’s president, Mr Francis Johnson, was introduced.
In keeping with NAN, scores of employees on the union’s workplace wore gloomy faces, a sign that they had been devastated by the event.
The employees declined to speak on the life and instances of Johnson, saying that the union had already issued an announcement on the demise.
They, nevertheless, described the unionist, who hailed from the Eti-Osa Native Authorities Space of Lagos State, as laborious working.
No fewer than 30 union leaders from numerous associates of the Commerce Union Congress of Nigeria had signed the condolence register opened at about 9am.
A press release earlier issued by Mr Frank Esanubi and Mr Lumumba Okugbawa, Deputy President and Basic Secretary, respectively stated that Johnson died within the early hours of Friday in Abuja.