Today's Headlines: NLC, TUC Suspend Planned Strike, Tinubu Meets With Striking Health Workers
Photo Credit: Google NLC, TUC Suspend Planned Strike Photo Credit: Channels Television The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) on Monday night suspended their strike scheduled for Wednesday. The decision followed a meeting by the representatives of the Federal Government and the Organised Labour at the Presidential Villa on Monday night over fuel subsidy removal. The Speaker of the House of Representatives and newly appointed Chief of Staff to the President, Femi Gbajabiamila, who
No Senator From The South-East Has Ever Completed His Tenure As The Senate President - Abubakar
A Public Affairs Analyst, Isa Abubakar, expressed his opposition to the appointment of a non-South-Eastern individual as the next Senate President of Nigeria. Isa Abubakar stated that no senator from the South-East has ever served a full term as the Senate President of Nigeria. He observed that South-Eastern individuals who assumed the role of Senate President were ultimately removed from office before completing their tenure.
Today's Headlines: NLC Suspends Planned Strike, Fire Burns Down Magistrate Court In Ebonyi
NLC suspends planned strike The Nigerian Labour Congres, on Monday night, confirmed that it will no longer proceed with its nationwide strike planned for Wednesday. The resolution was announced by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila and confirmed by the President of the Nigerian Labour Congress, Joe Ajaero, after a nearly six-hour meeting between the Federal Government and the organised labour at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
Nigerian Armed Forces raid a baby factory plant in Abia and salvage 21 underage pregnant young girls
image credit:Google Troopers joined the Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Military Enclosure and the 14 Unit Base Camp of the Nigerian Armed Forces in the Ohafia neighbourhood government area of Abia State on Sunday to strike and protect 21 pregnant young people in a child production line in Abia State.
Subsidy removal painful surgery to save economy, says Olawepo- Hashim
Former presidential candidate Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim has appealed to the Labour Movement and other social groups to accept the removal of the subsidy on petroleum product as a painful surgical procedure to excruciate a dangerous cancerous cell in the life of a patient in order to save the critically ill. In a statement from his media office in Abuja on Monday, Olawepo-Hashim explained that since the subsidy was removed already in the 2023 budget by the previous administration, the entire market has absorbed the increase with prices going up for different times.