Today's Headlines: Protesters Storm National Assembly, Don’t Set Nigeria Ablaze-NULGE Tells El-Rufai
Protesters Storm National Assembly. Members of the Civil Society Organisations (CSO), on Wednesday staged a peaceful protest at the National Assembly Abuja, as reported by Sahara Reporters. The aim of the protest was to demand for the immediate passage of Electoral Act 2010 (Amendment) Bill into law.
The Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has threatened to call all its members and Nigerians to protes the plan by the political stalwarts especially members of the National Assembly(NASS) to remove the local government,as the 3rd tier of government,through constitution review. The union reportedly consider such alleged attempt as
1.COVID-19: You will kill me first before I take COVID-19 vaccine — Pastor Giwa.A popularly known Nigerian pastor, Adewale Giwa (Senior Pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry) has allegedly disclosed that he will never take COVID-19 Vaccine.
The sacked Deputy Governor of Imo State, Gerald Irona, has dared the state Governor, Hope Uzodimma, to probe him over any of his actions while he served the state as the Deputy Governor to sacked Govenror, Emeka Ihedioha. Irona while reacting to a call by a faction of the National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) in the state, that is demanding his arrest and prosecution, made his position known. His position, which was contained in a statement signed by his Media Adviser, Dr. Walter Duru, was made
There is tension in Ukum Local Government Council, of Benue State, over alledge imposition of Nigeria Union Of Local Government Employees (NULGE), executives on the staff of the council without elections. Information has it that, the peaceful protest which hit the premises of the Local Government Area, in the early working hours of today, by the Staff of the Union, is not far fetched from what they described as "a Closed-Door Swear-in" of its Union's Leaders in Makurdi, without a Constituted Union Elections.
The Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has lambasted the Executive Chairman of the Ifedore local government, Hon Alex Oladimeji because only 30 percent of state council workers usually come to work while the remaining 70 percent are absent.
No doubt we are in a hard time in the history of the world because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Everyone is being affected either directly or indirectly. But I do not know if there is a legal provision that supports the deduction of workers' salary cushion the negative effect of a particular disease in Nigeria. According to dailytrust.com, the Niger state council workers currently lament 20% salary deduction which was meant to cushion the effect of coronavirus. Some of them however claimed that as much as�
It was another heart breaking moment in the Nigerian labour union, as Ibrahim Khaleel, the national president of the Nigeria, Union of Local Government Employees(NULGE), was reported dead. The president of the union, was reported dead on October 7th, 2020, at the National Hospital in Abuja. He would be buried on the 8th of October, 2020, in his local government Wudil(Kano State). May his soul rest in peace. Education Minister, Makes Fresh Statement On Why He Suggested Farming For Lectures. Following the closure
Photo Credit: Punch Newspaper According to a news that was posted this morning, it was made known that some unknown gunmen on Monday, yesterday murdered the Chairman of the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees, Oshimili South chapter, Delta State. How he was killed...
RIP: Do you Know The NULGE Chairman That Just Died? Check Out is Photos and Details. The chairman of NULGE in Kano State, who is named Ibrahim Khaleel is dead. Abdullahi Muhammad Gwarzo, who confirmed the incident to Newsmen, made it known that the deceased slumped on Wednesday, and he was rushed to the National Hospital Abuja, where he was confirmed dead. Khaleel, who was in his second term as NULGE president, was until his death the National Treasurer of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and staff of Kano State
Comrade Ibrahim Khaleel, who is the President of the Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees, Ibrahim has slumped and died in Abuja. The deceased reportedly slumped at his Abuja residence yesterday, Wednesday while trying to perform magrib salah (prayers), the Punch Newspaper reports. The Zamfara State governor, Mr. Bello Matawalle has expressed shocked over the death and offered condolences to the NULGE family as well as the Kano State Government over the tragic incident. Similarly, Mr president, Muhammadu
The Chairman, Okitipupa Local Government Council, Ondo State, Mr. Igbekele Akinrinwa, commended the State Chapter of the Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) for their contributions to the renovation of the burned council secretariat. The Nigerian News Agency (NAN) reports that some suspected hoodlums who hijacked the national #EndSARS protests in October 2020 set the Secretariat ablaze . Akinrinwa commended the election and inauguration of the new NULGE executives at the Council Secretariat
NSUKKA – school lecturers in Enugu State have begun AN indefinite strike action over non- payment of the new N30,000 pay by the government. The National Union of lecturers, NUT, within the state ordered the lecturers to start strike within the state in line with the directive of the national body of the lecturers that school lecturers altogether the states across the country that haven't enforced the new pay ought to stop work like a shot. Apart from embarking on the indefinite strike, headmasters and mis
LG employees critical elements of government workforce - Anambra HOS Anambra state Head of Service, Bar. Harry Udu has described Local Government workers as critical aspects of government workforce whose responsibilities impact more directly on communities. Udu stated this during the 2020 edition of the State National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) week and Welfare Day celebrations as well as unveiling of the State Secretariat named after its pioneer leader, late Comrade (Sir) Austin Ezepue,
The National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has raised the alarm that there are plans to delist local government councils as the third tier of government from the Nigerian Constitution, urging well-meaning Nigerians to oppose the move.
The Nigeria union of local government employees (NULGE) an affiliate of Nigeria labour congress (NLC) national executives, after a failed meeting with the federal government, wrote a letter to their state and local branches directing them to mobilize all their members for an indefinite strike Action. According to the content of the letter, the central working committee (CWC) of the Nigeria labour congress (NLC) met on the 10th of September 2020 and deliberated on the recent increase in the pump price of petroleum
It's been several months since the new minimum wage of 30,000 naira was implemented by the federal government and also various state governments including the Bayelsa state government. However, state workers in Bayelsa except for the Local government area workers are being paid in the new minimum wage. This is a sad situation for the LGA workers in the state, as it is unbearable to be deprived of your rightful benefit and watching others smile for something you ought to be smiling for as well. There have be
Azaye Enoch There is tension in Ukum Local Government Council, of Benue State, over alledge imposition of Nigeria Union Of Local Government Employees (NULGE), executives on the staff of the council without elections. GrassrootsAfricaNews gathered that, the peaceful protest which hit the premises of the Local Government Area, in the early working hours of today, by the Staff of the Union, is not far fetched from what they described as "a Closed-Door Swear-in" of its Union's Leaders in Makurdi, without a Constituted
NLC "We will sacrifice our blood to oppose any system of government that oppresses and maims the poor .... Then we will go on strike to say that the #EndSARS protest is a child's play."
The President of the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), Ondo State Chapter, Comrade Bola Taiwo has distributed 9,000 hand sanitizers to his members across the 18 local government areas of the state as part of precautionary measures against COVID-19. The State NULGE President who handed over the materials to NULGE local government chairmen at the State Secretariat of the Union in Akure, said the hand sanitizers should be distributed to those on duty posts at various local governments and th