It is no longer news that Labour Union in Kaduna State have embarked on mass protest against the administration of Governor Nasir El-Rufai.The Labour Union which also includes trade union congress, Unions of Electricity Workers, NURTW and so on resolved to shut down the state in order to pressure the Governor to reverse his actions against the civil servant in the state.
Photo for illustration During the weekend, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Cross River State had their state congress. The congress happened barely some hours after Governor Ayade came back from France with his cabinet members. Ayade was fully involved in the congress and also congratulated the new state chairman.
The Labour and Employment Minister, Festus Keyamo gave an update over the new price of petrol and electricity tarrif in the country. The minister gave an update on the outcome of the meeting between the Federal government and the Labour Union, he disclosed that both parties reach a resolution point in relation to VAT being used as a temporary means to subsidize the electricity tarrif. According to the minister, the agreement involves the use of Value Added Tax to give relief to the people of various wide range
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has directed workers in all the states of the Federation where the national new minimum wage of N30, 000 is yet to commence to proceed on strike.
Its very clear that President Mohammadu Buhari has been working relentlessly to make sure that things are working well in the country, showing concern about the welfare of poor masses in the society and also prove to citizens that he is capable of handling the country's economy effectively. On Tuesday, 8th of December, 2020 President Mohammadu Buhari ordered the reduction of Petrol price so as to make Nigerians happy. Few hours ago The Federal Government and organized labour just ended a meeting in Abuja, In
The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) is ready to fight the federal government of Nigeria to finish should the new proposed fuel pump price of N 234 per litre be implemented.
The Nigeria Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) has invited its members to join the Nigeria Labour Congress's (NLC) scheduled strike in Kaduna state beginning Monday.The scheduled strike, according to SaharaReporters, is in response to state government reform efforts, including recent worker dismissals.
Following the plan by the Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El Rufai to sack some civil servants in the state, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has decided to engage in a showdown with the Kaduna Government and the country if the state Government proceed with the plan.
The Labour Union in Kwara state has rejected the proposed verification and staff auditing by the State Government. In a press release signed by the leadership of the NLC, TUC, and the JNC in the state, the union vehemently rejected the verification and staff auditing until the issue of the minimum wage is signed and implemented by the state government. It will be recalled that the union has earlier issued a 14-day ultimatum to the state government to sign and implement the agreed minimum wage or face total shut
The governor of Kaduna, Nasir El-Rufai has declared the National president of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Ayuba Wabba and other leaders of the union wanted due to the strike action by workers in the state. The governor who made the declaration via his verified Twitter handle, promised to reward anyone with useful information about the whereabout of the labour leaders, He said they should send message to @MOJKaduna.
The Academic staff union of universities has reached an agreement with the Federal Government to call off the ongoing 7 months strike. Although the meeting which held on the 15th of October was inconclusive and adjourned, ASUU and the federal government reached an agreement over releasing lecturers' salaries and disbursing funds for University developments. The Federal Government has agreed to release N30 billion earned academic allowance to the university lecturers. The money will be paid in parts between May
Organized Labour Calls Off Planned Strikes As FG Suspends New Electricity Tariff For Two Weeks The President of the Labour Union in a communique in the early hours of Monday in a joint signed meeting with a government representative, Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige reach an agreement with the labour union in a meeting which lasted for seven hours According to vanguard news, the Labour Union and Federal Government in a communique came to an agreement to set up a Technical Committee that
Federal government Reduces Fuel Price Dr Chris Ngige The Minister of Labour and Employment after a meeting that was held with Labour Union which ended this morning announced the reduction in the price of Fuel According to him announcement see the reduction in the pump price of premium motor spirit, otherwise known as petrol, from N168 to N162.44 per litre with effective from next week Monday , December 14. The Minister in his explanation opined that the reduction in fuel was not meant to suspend deregulation
It Is Going To Be Difficult For Nigerians To Cope—Otitoju Reacts To Allege ₦212.61 Petrol Pump Price
If There Was No Plan To Increase Petrol Price, PPPRA Shouldn't Have Done What It Did — Kolade Otitoju.Following an announcement of new petrol price for a litre, there have been confusions and angers by Nigerian populace.
The Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, alongside its counterpart, has declared to embark on a nationwide protest on Wednesday March 10, 2021.
Update: Labour Leaders Walk Out As Meeting With FG Ends In Deadlock. The Labour Leaders have reportedly walked out of the meeting with Federal Government as it ended in deadlock. Recall that Labour Union has confidently revealed that it was not satisfied with the current hikes in fuel pump price and the electricity tariff and may be going on a total strike inorder to press home for their demand. When the Federal government heard that, They called Labour Union for meeting inorder to deliberate on the trending
Osun State Government and Labour Union have Reach Agreement On New Minimum Wage The Osun state government and labour union have reach agreement on new minimum wage for civil servant in the state. The state have also lifted an embargo on annual salary increment, workers promotion and converging. The state government, Gboyega Oyetola make this known at osogbo after a meeting held with labour union leaders in the state. Governor Oyetola noted that it is inline with the fulfilment of his administration pledge to
Labour Union Threatens Strike Over New Hike In Petrol Price. The Nigeria Labour Congress president, Ayuba Wabba has said in his statement that the union won't accept the increase in the price of the petrol. The union has now asked the Nigerian government to return the price to N158 or will face indefinite strike from workers across the country. Stating that the sudden increase in the petrol price was not in the agreement they made and this has breach the agreement they previously made in the last negotiations
Protests are held when important issues need to be talked about and there have been different protests held in Nigeria. These agitations have been a part of the Nigerian system even before independence and till now. These protests finally led to a change in the system or something else. So in this article, I'll be ranking the 5 most influential protests that have been held in Nigeria and I will be giving the reasons for their ranks. In an ascending order, here are the 6 most influential protests ever held in
By Jimin Geoffrey Benue State government and labour union leaders in the state have reached interim agreement on payment of the N30,000 national minimum wage to civil servants. Secretary to the State Government, SSG, Professor Anthony Ijohor, SAN, who briefed journalists today at the end of a meeting with Governor Ortom said it was agreed that implementation for civil servants on grade levels one to six starts immediately. According to him, implementation for civil servants on grade level seven and above would