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Why Nigerians Must Support Ongoing JUSUN Strike

. It helps to devalue Nigerian courts. Investors insist on inserting foreign jurisdictions in arbitration clauses as loci for resolution of business disputes. 2. Investors insist on clauses that will take all forms of dispute resolution outside Nigerian courts so that they won’t hire Nigerian lawyers. 3. Judges adjudicate with …

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Forum Wants Gov.Sule To Fix Infrastructure, Security In Bassa

The Bassa District Youths Progressive Forum (BDYPF) has appealed to the Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule to direct the Necessary organs to ensure roads leading to Bassa District in Kokona LGC are motorable. This according to the newly inaugurated chairman of the Forum, Comrade Dantala Makpa, is to reduce the …

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Saudi Arabia and The United Arab Emirates (UAE) hiding behind labour rights to advance dirty geopolitics against Qatar

By Iyagi E. Abraham Saudi Arabia under its new and current Crown Prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman has seen its human rights abuses spiked to the concern of the international community, especially those with genuine conscience and respect for civil liberties. Buttressing the worries concerning the growing human rights abuses …

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MHWUN Tasks Health Workers On Covid-19 Vaccine

The president of Medical and Health Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MHWUN), Comrade Biobelemoye Joy Josiah, has urge Nigerians, especially, health workers in the country to make themselves available for the ongoing AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccination. MHWUN President further said vaccination is the only assured and available way of protecting health workers …

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‘Fr Abba Silver Jubilee of Priestly Ordination Holds Easter Sunday’

The 3-day event celebrating the silver jubilee anniversary of Fr. Williams Kaura Abba is to commence on Easter Sunday April 4, 2021, with a singing competition by different Zumunta Mata choral groups drawn from the outstations of St. Paul’s Parish Madakiya and selected groups from parishes where Fr. Abba served …

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Only 20 Percent Of Enterprises In Formal Sector Own By Women – Minister

The Minister of Women Affairs, Dame Pauline Tallen, has said that women own only 20 percent of enterprises in formal sector of the economy and only 11.7 percent are board of directors. She made this known on Thursday, March 25, at the 2021 Women National Business Agenda Policy Dialogue organized …

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Why We Want 300, 000 Low Income Nigerians To Become Landlords

We are all witnesses to the negative impact of COVID-19 on global economy. For Nigeria, the pandemic ushered in perhaps the worst economic downturn in the history of our dear country. The sudden arrival of a health disaster into an existing inflammatory pressured economy that is characterised by a high …

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#ownahomeNG

MKT Media, the publishers of Peoplereporters.com is undertaking a campaign #ownahomeNG. Read below a press statement on the project COVID-19 and its sinister impact on global activities perhaps is the most challenging economic downturn in Nigeria’s history. With every country running from pillar-to-post in search of solution to the same …

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Workers Unite Against CAC Management Over Rights

*suspend picking of premises   The organised Labour has resolved to work assiduously to tackle the management of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) over their anti-workers policies. The two unions in CAC have agreed to put aside their differences to ensure the protection of workers’ rights in the Commission. The …

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NLC To Pickets CAC Wednesday over Anti Union Activities

* is an open invitation to anarchy- SSASCGOC   The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) will from tomorrow Wednesday 24, February 2021 picket the premises of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in Abuja and others across the country over anti-union activities of the management. President of the congress, Comrade Ayuba Wabba …

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