Repositioning labour movement to resist anti-worker policies
Although the country is faced with numerous challenges, the need for a united labour movement to collaborate and defend the rights of Nigerian workers is paramount.
NLC rejects 6% Tenancy, Lease stamp duty agreement
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has urged the Federal Government to reversed the six per cent tenancy and lease stamp duty agreement in the country.
TUC seeks stronger movement on reconciliation of NLC, ULC
As NASU lauds, seeks unification of centres The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), has called for a stronger and united labour movement that would help redirect the ship of the country. Noting that Nigeria is already faced with many challenges that required a united labour movement to address, they recalled how difficult it has…
NLC demands intervention funds for schools
Ahead of the resumption of academic activities in schools for graduating students, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has called for the immediate release of intervention funds to all institutions...
Fix refineries, stakeholders challenge government
While some countries are assuaging the challenges faced by their citizens amid COVID-19, decades of bad governance and waste of resources are compounding the agonies of Nigerians.
NLC mobilises against hike in fuel, utility tariff, lauds Senate for intervention
Labour is mobilising its members and civil society allies for national protests, if the pump price of petrol, and tariffs on electricity and other utilities are increased.
Privatisation of power sector and calls for reversal
Should Nigeria allow the private sector to continue the ownership of the nation’s power infrastructure, or return the sector to the days when government was in charge of electricity supply?
Workers Day: Labour flays increasing debt under Buhari government
The various debts incurred by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government have not improved public good in the last five years, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has declared.
NLC opposes use of contributory pension for palliatives
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), yesterday, said it was opposed to the use of contributory pension as palliatives for workers as part of the move to cushion the effect of the lockdown over Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.