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Private Teachers Will No Longer Be Taken For Granted -Comrade Folarin

The National President of the new Private School Tutors Union of Nigeria (PRISCTUN) Comrade Tunde Folarin speaks on the plights of private school teachers. Excerpt   Registration   The Private School Tutors Union of Nigeria ( PRISCTUN) got registered on the 25th January 2021 by the Registrar of Trade Union, …

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ILO want child labour end by 2025

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) in collaboration with the Alliance 8.7 global partnership is launching the international year for the elimination of child labour to encourage legislative and practical actions to eradicate child labour worldwide. The International Year was unanimously adopted in a UN General Assembly resolution in 2019. A …

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NECO 2020/2021 Results

From Mathew Jwantu, Minna   The Registrar/Chief Executive Officer¬† ( CEO) National Examination Council (NECO) Prof. Godwill Obioma had announced the release of 2021 SSCE results amidst great improvement in Credits across subjects Announcing the result at the Council, the Registrar said 973, 331 representing 82.68 percent made credit in …

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N4ob Earned Allowance: SSANU, NASU To Begins 3-Days Protest Nationwide

The Joint Action Committee (JAC) of Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and Non-Academic Staff Union of Education and associated institutions (NASU) had directed her branches in all Nigerian Universities to commence a three days protest beginning from Tuesday, January 12- 14 2021 against the decision of the Federal …

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Food Security: Police Arrests Kingpin Eboziegbe Over Illegal Operation

  The Inspector-General of Police (IGP)Team of the Nigeria Police has arrested one Mike Eboziegbe alias Otumba for allegedly leading a team that harasses as well as extorting money from motorists through the introduction of strange levies not backed by law on Federal Highways. Speaking with Journalists in Abuja, the …

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Make Peace With Aggrieved Members , Ogbeche Tells FCT NAWOJ

  Chairman of the Abuja Council of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) comrade Emmanuel Ogbeche had urged newly elected executives of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists( NAWOJ) to keep to their promises by extending a grave vine to aggrieved members of the association resulted from the election. Comrade Ogbeche …

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Why CAC Must Be Shutdown Next Week-AUPCTRE

The Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations, Civil Service Technical and Recreational Services Employees (AUPCTRE) has said that unless the management of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) address their members’ demands on or before midnight Monday, January 11, 2021, the workers would be left with no option than to shut down …

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Tariff Hike: Labour Accuses NERC of Conspiring With DISCOS, Urge Nigerians To Reject Hike

Organised Labour in the country has accused the Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) of conspiring with the electricity service provider to exploit Nigerians. The group also call our Nigerians in their numbers to reject the recent hike on electricity tariff by the National Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), describing the adjustment …

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University Non Teaching Staff Issues 14 Days Ultimatum

The nation’s university students may have to remain at home for a longer period despite the suspension of strike by their Lecturers unless last-minute intervention by the Federal Government. This is following a 14-day ultimatum handing down to the government by the National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT) over what …

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JUSUN Accuses Justice Dikko of Nepotism

Workers under the auspices of Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) in Nasarawa State have accused the immediate past Chief Judge of the state, Justice Suleiman Dikko of employing his family members and friends into the Judiciary through the back door. Chairman of the union in the state, comrade Jimoh …

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