Some trainees of Chevron Nigeria Limited have protested against what they described as enslavement by the management of the company.
The men and women, who marched on the Lekki-Ajah Expressway, Lagos, alleged that Chevron wasted more than five years of their lives by promising those jobs which they never got.
They also alleged that instead of being employed, they got training contracts, adding that the action was against labour laws of the country.
PUNCH Metro was told that the trainees were from the Escravos Gas to Liquid Plant and other Chevron field operations in the Niger Delta.
The PUNCH, September 25, 2018
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