The Former Governor of Edo State, Comrade Adams Oshiomole may be given some Political appointments after the 2023 Presidential Election, If All progressives Congress APC could be able to win forthcoming Presidential Election. It should be recalled that Comrade Oshiomole was removed as National Chairman of the Party and he was replaced by the Governor of Yobe State, Governor Mai Mala Buni.
Without a doubt, Comrade Adams Oshiomole is one of the most famous Politicians in Nigeria at the moment. Over the years, the Popularity of the Former APC National Chairman has grew far and wide. Well-known for his bravery, Oshiomole had an illustrious career both as a Labour Leader and Politician.
You are lucky to have me as minister, Ngige tells striking doctors Chris Ngige has told former striking doctors that they are lucky to have him as the Minister of Labour and Employment, NAN reports. The minister said this as an assurance to the doctors that their demands were being met during a meeting with members of the Nigerian Medical Association and executive members of the National Association of Resident Doctors, on Wednesday, in Abuja.
Nigeria government has threatened to replace resident doctors who are on strike if they refuse to return to work by Monday, 9, August, 2021. The Minister of Labour, Chris Ngige who issued the threat said employers have the right to replace employees who leaves work.
In Nigeria, the scenario of Father and Son or Daughter being in active politics is no longer a news. Not many people are aware that Cyril Oshiomole, the Eldest of the Five Children of Comrade Adams Oshiomole is into active politics.Comrade Oshiomole (Left) and His Son, Cyril (Right).
Organized Labour Warn Against Imminent Strike If The Government Fail To Honor The Signed MOU In Ogun
The Organized Labour in Ogun State has warned that a fresh strike by the state civil servants is looming over the failure of the state Government to agree to respond to several outstanding labour related issues. Trade Union Congress TUC says the meeting was requested by Organized Labour in the State to review the memorandum of understanding they signed with the State Government in 2020 to end the workers strike in the state.
Chairman Of Academic Staff Union of Secondary Schools ASUSS in Ogun State, Comrade Akeem Lasisi has been elected as the 7th Chairman of Trade Union Congress TUC, Ogun State chapter in an election and a change of baton in the affairs of the Congress that was held at the auditorium of ASUSS in Abeokuta on Thursday 19th, August 2021.
This photo is for illustration purpose only Leadership at all levels of the country is today beset by a very deep and basic crisis that must be addressed. Defeating the difficulty of a lack of self-respect and complete incompetence The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors is now on strike, which is the most visible manifestation of this blatant lack of regard for human dignity.
President Buhari celebrates Ngige at 69 Photo credit: Daily Post News President Muhammadu Buhari has felicitated with Labour and Employment Minister, Dr Chris Ngige, as he turns 69 on August 8, 2021. Buhari, in a congratulatory message issued by his Spokesman, Mr Femi Adesina, on Saturday joined the medical profession, labour community, the legislature and people of Anambra State to salute Ngige for his selfless stewardship to community, state, country and humanity.
Very recently, the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) embarked on a nationwide strike. You may recall that in the month of May, National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) went on a warning strike to register their displeasure over the #5000 hazard allowance paid to doctors and on the 10th April 2021, the Nigerian Government signed a Memorandum of Action (MOA) with the leadership of the NARD, to increase their hazard allowance to 33% of their salaries.
From experience it is better that a strike action is rather not embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union Union of Universities (ASUU). And this is because once the strike starts, it is always a herculean task bringing such to an end. Image courtesy Vanguard Even when the federal government eventually says it has agreed or done what is being requested by the union, the road to calling off a strike is always long as the union has to go round it's state chapters first and get the thoughts of it's members nationwide before such is called off.
The Nigerian government has come under intense criticism as a firm concluded plans to recruit Nigerian doctors for Saudi Arabia. This is coming on the heel of the industrial action embarked upon by resident doctors under the umbrella of the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors, NARD, who are currently on strike over irregularities in payment, among other issues.
Recall that the Academic Union Staff of Universities (ASUU) gave the Federal Government of Nigeria an ultimatum till Tuesday which has expired to implement the Agreement signed with the Union. ASUU President, Prof. Emmanuel Sodoke said they are still meeting with their members for consultation, and to disclose the next line of action.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is seeking a law that will compel Government appointees to enroll their wards in Nigerian universities. National President of the association, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke while speaking at the reconvened meeting with the Federal Government, being concilliated by the Minister of Labour and Employment, called on the National Assembly to enact a law that would stop Government officials from sending their children abroad to study.
(Photo of the President of the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) Dr. Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi) The President of the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) Dr. Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi has mentioned that the people who deserve to be relieved of their duties or resign are those that have frustrated every effort of doctors to make things right in the country.
Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour, has stated that he will not waste time dealing with striking physicians. The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) called an indefinite statewide strike on August 2 when President Muhammadu Buhari was on medical leave in London. NARD is requesting that the federal government implement the March 2021 Memorandum of Understanding on welfare and other concerns affecting its members.
Nigeria's Minister of Labour and Employment Chris Ngige during an interview with Channels TV has revealed that there is no need for an average Nigerian to travel abroad for medical treatment. During the interview, a journalist asked Chris Ngige whether it is neccessary for an average Nigerian to travel abroad for medical care or not and Chris Ngige replied that everything they have abroad is here in Nigeria.
Report has it that the Minister of Labour and employment Senator Ngige in an interview with Igwe Kenneth Orizu who visited him in his resident in Abuja disclosed that the pause in the employment process into the Federal Civil Service by the Federal Government was due to reasons that the Countries economy is not in a good shape.
Although the Minister of Labour, Dr. Chris Ngige, on behalf of the FG pledged a few days ago to put an end to the doctors’ strike, subsequent meetings and negotiations appear to be deadlocked. Recall that the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) at its July 30 National Executive Council meeting, declared the industrial action and have remained unyielding in their demands as relayed in an August 26th Communique, accusing the federal government of “perpetual insincerity” and defying the order of the National Industrial Court which ordered the Resident Doctors to cease hostilities with their employers and resume work while the government worked on their demands.
The Academic Staff union of university (ASUU), has asked that government officials in President Muhammadu Buhari's administration should remove their children from foreign universities and send them to Nigerian universities. It also called on the National Assembly to pass a law that will make it compulsory for every government official to send his children to public schools in the country, saying such a law would let the officials know the decay in the public universities.