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20 Nov 2018
The claim that Nigeria is endowed with huge human and material resources is at variance with the rising acute unemployment, and under-employment challenges that confront the country.   While there are various factors that have been blamed for the intractable development, observers have continued to point at poor leadership, lack of vision, unbridled corruption, and mismanagement…
24 Oct 2018
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, has met with organised labour over the minimum wage imbroglio.
22 Oct 2018
Unless the Federal Government announces a new minimum wage, organised labour will embark on an indefinite strike from November 6, 2018...
17 Jul 2018
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) has rejected plans by the Federal Government to share the $322 million recovered Abacha loot to the poorest of the poor citizens.
1 May 2018
Today is May Day, customarily, calls for improved welfare for workers, condemnation of anti-workers policies and general comments on the state of the nation are expected to dominate the activities of labour leaders across the country.  Here in Abuja, both the Presidents of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and his Trade Union Counterpart, Bobboi Kaigama would…
26 Feb 2018
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) of Nigeria has urged state governors who cannot meet their obligations to their workers to vacate office.
19 Sep 2017
Chris Ngige, while faulting calls for a nationwide strike by the unregistered United Labour Congress (ULC), said the Federal Government has not registered any other trade union apart from the NLC and TUC.
25 May 2017
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) has flayed rumours of coup making the rounds since President Muhammadu Buhari’s second medical trip abroad and called on all Nigerians...
2 May 2017
Joe Ajaero, noted that May Day has become synonymous with the history of struggles by wage earners in the capitalist economy, who are controlled by the owners of capital and means of production.
16 Mar 2017
Labour movement has called for more involvement of women in all strata of the nation’s economy as well as decision-making bodies of government. Trade Union Congress (TUC), NECA Networking of Entrepreneurial Women....
24 Jan 2017
The unions attributed their increasing silence to the prevailing economic crises in the country, saying that workers’ support cannot be guaranteed in an environment of uncertainty.
10 Jan 2017
Organised labour has offered reasons for its seeming docility to key government policies that begged for immediate reactions last year. Leaders of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress (TUC) .....

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