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Federal Government to Create 40,000 Jobs

Federal Government to Create 40,000 Jobs

The Federal Government’s plan to utilise the last tranche of its US$175 million loan supported by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to create 40,000 jobs for Nigerian youths in the agricultural sector is commendable. The project, according to…

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Buhari Orders Payment Of Minimum Wage But Says No Increase For Workers Earning N30,000 and Above

Buhari Orders Payment Of Minimum Wage But Says No Increase For Workers Earning N30,000 and Above

All arrears arising from the implementation of the N30,000 minimum wage are expected to be worked out but federal civil servants who earn N30,000 and above will still get their salaries adjusted after the negotiations with the unions…

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SIFAX Group Appoints Capt. Olugbade, Ndahi Executive Director, Group CSO

SIFAX Group, a group of companies with investment in Maritime, Aviation, Oil & Gas, Haulage & Logistics, Financial Services and Hospitality on Friday announced the appointment of maritime expert, Captain Ibraheem Olugbade and Mr. Edward Ndahi as Executive…

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Minimum Wage: Labour Submits Record of Meetings to PMB 

Minimum Wage: Labour Submits Record of Meetings to PMB

As plans for the industrial strike by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress (TUC), and the United Labour Congress (ULC), thickens, the organised labour on Monday in Abuja,  submitted meeting records and proceedings of the National Minimum…

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Minimum Wage: NLC, TUC, ULC Threatens Fresh Nationwide Strike Nov. 6

Minimum Wage: NLC, TUC, ULC Threatens Fresh Strike Nov. 6

Nigeria’s three major labour unions – NLC, TUC, and ULC – threatens to begin a fresh nationwide strike on November 6, if the FG fails to meet their demands on the new National Minimum Wage of N30,000 as…

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Minimum Wage: Don’t Push Us to the Wall – SSANU Warns FG

Following Federal Government’s alleged lukewarm attitude towards reaching agreement on the new minimum wage, Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU has warned that the government should not push the workers to the extreme as it could have…

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Sexual Harassment Policy: Mcdonald’s Workers Go On Strike

MacDonald Restaurant staff in US 10 cities will walk out on Tuesday claiming that the fast-food giant was not doing enough to curtail/ prevent sexual harassment. This strike stems from the fact 25 women had filed complaints against…

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Ekiti Workers Accuse Governor Fayose of Spending N3 billion on Chartered Flights

A section of Ekiti State workers under the auspices of Enlightened Workers Forum (EWF) have accused Governor Ayodele Fayose of spending N3 billion on chartered flights across the country in pursuit of political and personal affairs. The angry…

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FG Partners Google to Train Over 500,000 Youths on Digital Skills

The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mrs. Aisha Abubakar, said about 500,000 young Nigerians will be taking part in a joint Federal Government and Google Nigeria training programme called Google Digital Skills Acquisition Programme that will be…

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NLC: Governor Al-Makura Will Pay New Minimum Wage in Nasarawa

Abdullahi Adeka, the Chairman of Nasarawa State Chapter of Nigeria Labour Congress, has expressed optimism that Governor Umaru Al-Makura would implement the new minimum wage as soon as it is announced. Adeka expressed his optimism in an interview…

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