Nigerian Workers Block GE Headquarters Over Salary Dispute

Workers at General Electric's (GE) headquarters in Nigeria blocked off the company's headquarters in Lagos on Wednesday as they strike in dispute over wages, Reuters reports.

The Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria "today picketed General Electric head offices in Lagos over unpaid salaries of some staff," a trade union leader told Reuters.

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