TUC plans to stop re-election of governors owing workers’ salaries
A Former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nuhu Ribadu, has cautioned against separating the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) from the EFCC. He spoke yesterday at an Anti-Corruption Situation Room, organised by the HEDA Resource Centre in Abuja. Ribadu said the plan would create a setback in the country’s anti-corruption drive.…
Resign if you cannot pay workers’ salaries, TUC tells governors
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) of Nigeria has urged state governors who cannot meet their obligations to their workers to vacate office.
Teachers’ sack: Pro-government protesters ground Kaduna, storm Government House
Thousands of protesters yesterday took to the streets of Kaduna metropolis in support of the state government’s sack of workers and teachers who failed competency test recently.
Workers’ indefinite strike threatens Calabar Carnival
The annual Calabar Carnival on which the Cross River State Government may spend over N3 billion is threatened as workers plan to resume an indefinite...
Gunmen kill labour leader, two others in Kogi
Unidentified gunmen yesterday killed the Kogi State Chairman of the Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU) of Secondary Schools Science and Technology Education Board (STEB), Abdulmumini Yakubu.
Labour accuses Cross River of misappropriating N19 Billion Paris Club refund
The organised labour in Cross River State has accused the state government of misappropriating the N19 billion meant for the settlement of gratuities, salaries and other labour-related matters in the state.
Labour urges Kogi government to stop divisive tactics
Olakunle Faniyi, his TUC counterpart, Mr. Kolawole James and Secretary JPSNC, Mr. Isah Abubakar, also accused government of planning to pay workers two-month salary arrears to workers to make them back out of the strike action.
Labour leaders chide EFCC for arresting Ekiti officials
The statement was signed by him, the State Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Raymond Adesanmi, the NLC State Secretary, Comrade Patrick Olayemi and the TUC State Secretary, Comrade Adebisi Adebayo James.