By Tinkerbel Mwila

The National Union of Transport and Allied Workers is appealing to government to ensure all workers at indeni petroleum Refinery Company limited that have been declared redundant are paid their packages within 60 days.

Reacting to a recent statement by Energy Minister Peter Kapala that government is in the process of refining the crude that is currently in the pipeline to raise funds to pay indeni employees, Union Secretary General Anderson Haninga is

of the view that the approximate amount in terms of crude that is in the pipe line is enough to pay for employees packages.

Mr Haninga tells Phoenix News in an interview that the current crude oil in the pipe line has accrued value than it was first purchased.

And Mr Haninga has advised government to sell the crude oil in its current form and not as finished product, looking at the cost comparative analysis.


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