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18 Jan
The convener, Save Lagos Group and Chairman, Centre for Human Rights and Social Justice, Adeniyi Alimi has urged the Federal Government to address issues of inhuman treatment of some Nigerians by expatriate employers in the country.
2 Jan
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, has expressed strong support for an emergence of a president of Southern extraction, in line with the rotation and zoning agreement.
27 Dec
The Federal Government has charged newly-inducted medical graduates to desist from participating in incessant strikes by doctors in the country.
16 Dec
Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), yesterday, denied receiving N52.12 billion as claimed by the Federal Government.
15 Dec
The Federal Government says it is working to ensure the implementation of a standard and effective Labour administration in the informal economy.
9 Dec
Every worker, whether an employee in the private or public sector of the economy, is free to join a trade union of his or her choice, the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige has said.
1 Dec
The Ministry of Labour and Employment has clarified its position in the case of the illegal recruitment raised in the establishment.
30 Nov
The reluctance of governments and employers to implement Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs) is responsible for the unending work-to-rule in Nigeria’s labour sub-sector.
30 Nov
National development plans and agenda of successive governments fail because drafters don’t infuse productivity, said Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige.
26 Nov
I am aware that during President Obasanjo’s tenure attempts or near attempts were made to remove some governors unconstitutionally. This essay has copiously captured what happened with Chris Ngige
16 Nov
Plans are underway by the Federal Government to make training in labour relations compulsory for newly elected organised labour leaders in the country.
16 Nov
For failing to implement the Memorandum of Action (MoA) signed by both parties, leading to suspension of the last industrial action, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), yesterday


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