By Africa Today
Drama ensued at the weekend, as support staff members of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation at the Warri Refinery protesting their allege maginalisation, dumped a coffin at the main entrance of the Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company.
The protest which entered the third day on Friday also saw workers vowed not to back out until their demands were met.
One of their demands newsmen gathered, is to be converted into full staff members of the NNPC.
However, production and other economic activities at the Refinery had been fully grounded by the protesting workers.
More than 500 support staff members, who were joined by youths across the Niger Delta region, had been protesting since Wednesday over failure by management of NPPC to honour an agreement reached to convert them to full staff members.