Governor El-Rufai of Kaduna state has cleared air on the alleged sack of 4,000 workers of the state workforce.It will be recalled that about two weeks ago, there was outrage after diverse media reports revealed that the state Governor has disengaged 4000 workers across the 23 Local Government Areas of the state.
Today on Twitter Kaduna has been trending over the reduction of minimum wage and the students of Greenfield Private University that were abducted.Some people reacted over the reduction of minimum wage by the Governor of Kaduna State stating that he is insensitive at this point in time.It is quite unfortunate that our leaders do not care about us.
Obafemi Awolowo University Student Commits Suicide By Taking Sniper A200-level student of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State has allegedly committed suicide after taking a popular pesticide, Sniper.A Twitter user @theefeyisayo, who confirmed it, said the deceased had always been discouraged by his mother, who always told him he would not be successful in life.
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Former Super Eagles captain Vincent Enyeama may be far away in France but he seems to be abreast with issues back at home.On Thursday via his Twitter handle, Eneyama fumed over the high cost of COVID-19 tests in the country; adding that it is even more than the country's minimum wage for workers.
Covid-19 pandemic which struck Nigeria last year affected every sphere(Economically, Academically, Socially and Otherwise) of our human existence as a nation.The area of our life that has been the most hit by this dreaded virus is the Nigerian Economy.It was made worst due to the dependency of the nation on importation of Goods.
Taraba: Another set of workers drag Gov Ishaku to court over unpaid 77 months salaries - Daily Post Nigeria While the Taraba State Government under the leadership of Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku is yet to settle the ongoing impasse with the organized labour, another set of workers have again taken it
Zamfara state government which is a Northwestern state has disclosed that it has spent N2.9 billion on foodstuffs to distribute to the poor people and politicians. The disclosure was made by the commissioner of information Ibrahim Dosara. He also disclosed that the state government has already chose who will be the chairman of the committee that will oversee the distribution of the commodities. According to him the speaker of the state Nasiru Magarya is also the appointed chairman of the distribution committee
Bandits Attack Travellers In Katsina, Kidnap Nine The rate at which Bandits, Herdsmen and Boko Haram lunch Attacks is becoming alarming to the extent that Nine passengers travelling in a commercial vehicle along the Tsakskiya-Ummadau road in Safana Local Government Area of Katsina state have been abducted by suspected bandits.
Ganduje Speaks The government of Kano State has said it will not be able to pay the national minimum wage, ₦30,000.The government says given the current economic crisis it will be very difficult to pay the March wage.
The Association of State Teachers ASUP has launched a long running campaign to demand, a restructuring of how the government pays their salaries.According to the group, the anti poaching campaign started today 6 April 2021.
The legislative aides forum consisting of legislative aides of both the upper and lower house protests over the non payment of their salary.It was disclosed yesterday by the protesters that since the inauguration of the 9th assembly in June, 2019, they were not paid 20 months salary arrears by the management.
NBA Urges Judiciary Workers To Shelve Strike The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) on Monday urged judiciary workers under the aegis of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) to shelve their plan to begin a nationwide strike on Tuesday.
Reliable news reports have comfirmed that on Tuesday,theLegislative aides under the aegis of the “Concerned National Assembly Legislative Aides Forum” protested at the entrance hall of the National Assembly in respect to unpaid salary arrears.The aides appeared at the hallway the National Assembly with placards having different inscriptions.
The Nigeria government signed a memorandum of action,moa on Saturday with striking national association of resident doctors to end the ongoing action.This is the second MoA as the first one was regected on March 31st He explained that the health institution affected by the non payment of salary shortfalls between 2014 and 2016 and arrears arising from the consquential adjustment on the national minimum wage has the directed to personnel strength The minister of labour and employment confirmed it on Saturday in Abuja that the new memorandum of action,MoA after a conciliatory meeting between representative of the government.
United Kingdom based Nigerian Doctor, Dr Olufunmilayo has made a quite shocking call to Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State, as he beckoned on him to come and save Nigeria.
Something needs to be urgently done to fix our deteriorating educational system.We are told that "children are the leaders of tomorrow".But how can we achieve this leadership without a proper, standard and we'll coordinated educational institutions.
Few day ago, the organized labour Kano state chapter has give the state government seven-day ultimatum over the unexplained deduction of workers salaries to payback.However, the strike should have commenced Thursday after three days warning strike has been suspended in the midnight of Wednesday.
You will be surprised at the rate of Nigerians who wishes to leave the country in search of greener pasture in developed countries like the United Kingdom, Dubai, America, Switzerland, etc. Both educated and semi-skilled Nigerians are thinking of traveling out. How can a governor who gets millions of naira as salary in a single refused to pay thirty thousand nairas as minimum wage? Even people who decided to work even though the money is small compared to their expectations, have they been paid? All these attitudes
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) begins a nationwide industrial action on demand of a new salary scheme for her lecturers, among others.The action takes off with effect from the 6th of April, 2021 as announced by ASUP.