The three-year labour dispute between the Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations, Civil Technical and Recreational Services Employees (AUPCTRE) and the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has finally  been settled.

Comrade Benjamin Anthony, the President of AUPCTRE, revealed this to reporters on Friday in Abuja after a private meeting with the CAC administration, which was chaired by Mr. Hussaini Magaji, the Registrar-General (RG).

According to Comrade Anthony, the AUPCTRE delegation has commended the new CAC management’s bold and pragmatic action.

He also added that after a candid and intense conversation with the CAC boss and his staff, the union was certain that a new dawn has arrived in the commission.

CAC’s Registrar General (Friday 29th December 2023) with the Leadership of the Union led by the National President

Since taking office a few months ago, the new RG has resolved all lengthy disciplinary cases, addressed unfair promotion delays, and significantly improved service delivery, to name a few. The union president said, these exceptional results and revolutionary goals will ultimately contribute to Nigeria’s economic growth and enhance the welfare of its workforce.

Additionally, he mentioned that the union had commended the RG for his four main reforms to the commission: improving income collection, personnel welfare, institutional development, and capacity building.

Anthony added, AUPCTRE has made the decision to work together with the commission’s new management to implement President Bola Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda, which aims to create a more improved and forward-thinking Nigeria.

AUPCTRE has a history of labour issues with the previous CAC management, according to Aluta News.

AUPCTRE had accused the former CAC Registrar-General of illegally dissolving the union executive and banning them from operating and transferring all executives to different parts of the country in an attempt to weaken the union.