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Minimum Wage: FG, Labour Signs Mou

After intensed negotiations on the implementation of the new minimum wage and consequential adjustments by both government and the organized Labour, both parties in Abuja yesterday  accented to a white paper to put to an end  the lingering crisis. The meeting which started at 8:25pm yesterday lasted till the early …

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Minimum Wage: FG, Labour Seeks Time

Arriving from close door  session that last for hours at the ministry of Labour and Employment headwaters in Abuja, the federal government through her mouthpiece minister for Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige ask for a time to enable government and the organized labour reach an understanding that can stand …

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Minimum Wage: FG, Labour Still Negotiating

Life  seems to be jerked into the minimum wage agitations as the government through the ministry of Labour and Employment is engaging and pleading with the labour force to sheath her swords for the sake of the Nation’s economy and international repute. The negotiation which is mid-wife by the minister …

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Minimum Wage: FG, Labour Shift Grounds

In a bid to discourage the organized labour from carrying out their planned nationwide strike, the federal government through the minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige reaches truce with labour leaders. The minister who addressed the delegation in his Abuja office assured Nigerians of the government willingness in …

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Minimum Wage : FG To Review Political Office Holders Salaries

*warn Labour against misinforming workers In its efforts to ensure equitable distribution of the nation’s resources, the Federal Government has finilised plans to do a holistic review of salaries of political office holders and other workers in the country. Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige who disclosed this …

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Re-echoing The Plights Of Beebo-Bumaji Indigenes

“I warmly welcome you on board the ship, I am captain Abaju. I boarded an air conditioned ship-bus from Abuja to Obudu from where I will connect Kakwe Beebo, my home town. The crux of this trip was to felicitate with my kinsmen who were celebrating the the famous Boki …

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Private Sector Workers To Benefit From Minimum Wage-Ngige

The minister of Labour and Employments, Chris Ngige said Thursday in Abuja that private sector workers will benefit from the new minimum wage when fully implemented. The minister made the comment when he played host to delegates from the United Labour Congress (ULC). “They say that time heals wounds, for …

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Nigeria And The Burden Of Independence

On October 1-1960, Nigeria walked out of the prison Gates of Colonialism with shoulders high. Both the highs and lows, the have and have-not, the elites and commoners celebrated with fanfare as freedom finally smiled at them like a beautiful bride. The Advent of this bride brought about a change …

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Governors Frustrating Reforms And Autonomy For The Judiciary -JUSUN

Nigerian governors are deliberately frustrating reforms and autonomy for the Judiciary. This was contained in a statement by Comrade Marwan Mustapha, National president of Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) made available to newsmen in Abuja recently. The Union leader stated that, President Muhammadu Buhari has however demonstrated political will …

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Planned Protest By Cuba Supporters To The USA Embassy Aborted.

Bearing last minute changes, a planned peaceful protest by African Continental Conference of solidarity with Cuba to the United States of America embassy in Abuja is canceled today. According to a statement from the solidarity spokesperson, Comrade Owei Lakemfa, the protest to the USA embassy in Abuja have to be …

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