Today's Headlines: NLC Will Declare Nationwide Strike Over El-Rufai's Plans to Sack Workers, 144 Nigerian Police Deployed To Somalia
According to reports, the governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-Rufai recently made an announcement in regards to the plan to disengage civil servants in the state, thereby citing fiscal reasons and also to salvage the state's finances as a significant amount of the statutory federal allocations to the state is being spent on the wages of public servants.
The Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) has set out to pronounce a mechanical activity from one side of the country to the other if the Kaduna State government proceeds with its arrangements to sack government workers.The NLC President, Ayuba Wabba, unveiled this in a selective meeting with PREMIUM TIMES on Monday.
Bola Tinubu may be a strong politician and political leader, but one fact remains undeniable: there are some ministers in President Muhammadu Buhari's administration that he won't be able to defeat if they go to primary election.Mr. Tinubu is strong enough to clinch the ticket of his APC but if the said ministers decide to slug it out with him or challenge him for the needed material to ascend to power, Tinubu may find himself lagging behind them and his rumoured ambition will be in total jeopardy.
Bandits Release Five More Kidnapped Kaduna Students Three days after bandits released five students out of the 39 abducted from the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka in Kaduna State, the kidnappers have released five more students.
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
Islamic Cleric Beats Student to Coma in Ilorin, Femi Adesina sends Message to Religious leader and NLC Suspends Strike in Taraba Read the news in Full: Islamic Cleric Beats Student to Coma in Ilorin An Islamic cleric, simply identified as Alfa Moshood, on Thursday allegedly beat up one of his students to coma
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.
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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.
Nobody Can Stop Kukah From Speaking Against Bad Governance — Onaiyekan Emeritus, Catholicolic Archbishop of Abuja, His Eminence John Cardinal Onaiyekan, says nobody can stop the Bishop of Sokoto, Most Rev.Matthew Kukah, from speaking against bad governance in the country.
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.
Today's Headlines: Pastor Adeboye Meets El-Rufai In Kaduna, IPOB condemns the newly created joint security outfit
Another Nationwide Strike Begins Today.The management of the National Assembly has attributed the non-payment of 22-months minimum wage of its workers arrears to the non-implementation of the new national minimum wage for its workers.The workers, under the aegis of the Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN) are billed to commence a strike action on Tuesday after issuing a strike notice a fortnight ago.
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.
Today's Headlines: Gunmen Storm Ibadan Quarry Site Again, Abduct Three Workers, National Sports Festival not shut down-Sports Minister Dare.
Aisha Buhari Has Shut Down Those Criticizing The Office Of The First Lady – Tinubu.
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.
First of all, what is inflation?Inflation is the general increases in price and the fall of value of money.The National Bureau of Statistics on Thursday April 15th have come out to announce that the prices of food will increase in the market because inflation has hit it's highest point since 12 years now.
FOLLOWING a previous reported three-day strike planned to start on Thursday, April 8, 2021, by laborers in Kano, fighting the inversion to the previous the lowest pay permitted by law of N18,000 from the new the lowest pay permitted by law of N30,600, the Kano gathering of the Nigeria Labor
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.
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.
A very popular Facebook feminist with the name Nkechi Bianze has taken to her Facebook page to announce why she wouldn't ever live in Nigeria, even if she's offered a monthly pay of 2 million naira. According to her, living in the country is synonymous to living in hell and irrespective of the offer she gets to stay in her father's land, she'll prefer to remain in Canada, earning the minimum wage. In her words, she gave an instance of how the health system is deteriorated that even the president had to fly out