The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply of Nigeria (CIPSN) Lagos State Chapter has elected Akeem Bello, a Procurement Officer in the Lagos State Civil Service as Chairman of the chapter for next two years.
Cross River gets ultimatum to pay workers
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), in Cross River State chapter, has given the state government a 21-day ultimatum to settle all outstandings owed workers in the state.
NERFUND gets new acting Managing Director
The appointment, which was approved by the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, takes off with immediate effect under the management agreement between the Federal Ministry of Finance and Bank of Industry.
Government unveils national policy on labour migration
Inaugurating the committees in Abuja, the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, said the policy, which is the first in Africa, is intended to provide succour to Nigerians working abroad.
NLC flays government's incessant maltreatment of workers
The union appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari, and Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige to immediately prevail on the governors of Benue, Imo and Nassarawa states, to respect Nigeria labour law.
PENGASSAN makes case for workers in post-PIB regime
As the Federal Government progresses with the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), oil workers have called for due consideration of labour issues in the companies that may be affected in the post-PIB regime ...
Ovia donates N16million for NCS scholarships
Chairman, Zenith Bank Plc, Jim Ovia, has supported the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) scholarship programme with N16 million.
Udoma extends Kale’s tenure as NBS boss
In what appears to be last minutes power play, the Minister of Budget and National Planning, directed that the tenure of Statistician-General,Dr. Yemi Kale, should be elongated beyond the completion tenure.
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