Nigeria’s Medview Airlines has dismissed about 100 of its workers, a clear sign that the airline has collapsed and will be shutting down its operations.
According to media reports, the disengaged staff were being owed six months of salaries before they were disengaged last week Friday.
Part of the letter read that some of the affected staff would be called back when there is an improvement.
”Letter of disengagement, you would be reconsidered for employment when the situation improves,” It read.
The airline asked the disengaged staff to return all the company’s items in their possession including their uniforms and cabin shoes.
The aggrieved staff stormed the company’s office on Monday to demand their outstanding salaries as well as their allowances.
The company has not officially informed the media on the future of its operations.