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29 Apr 2017
The Osun chapter of the National Union of Electricity Employees (NUEE) has called for improved welfare package, especially increase in salary to motivate workers to perform optimally.
4 Oct 2016
The Federation of Informal Workers’ Organisations of Nigeria (FIWON) will today join other civil society groups to protest against on-going demolition of homes and livelihoods ...
21 Jul 2016
The Federation of Informal Workers’ Organisations of Nigeria (FIWON) has condemned the recent enforcement of Lagos State Street Trading and Illegal Markets Law 2003 ...

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President Muhammadu Buhari has hailed Nigerian youths excelling at home and abroad, saying the country will welcome inputs and investments from compatriots with international exposure for the economy to thrive. The president spoke at a town hall meeting with Nigerians in the Diaspora on the margins of the 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM)…
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As conservative US states rush to enact abortion bans following the Supreme Court's bombshell decision, the fight over reproductive rights in America is poised to shift to a new battleground: abortion-inducing pills. With little other means at its disposal, the Biden administration will focus on expanding access to abortion pills for women living in states…
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Every year on June 26, the United Nations (UN) observes International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking with the aim of  attracting global attention to the dangers that illegal and misuse of substances pose to society. Globally, about 200 million individuals use illegal substances like cocaine, cannabis, hallucinogens, opiates, and sedative-hypnotics, according to the…
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With President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration inching to its twilight, a major assessment of its economic performance came last week in the form of the World Bank Nigeria Development Update...
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Angered by the alleged threat to the life of the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Mr. Peter Obi, by those it called Fulani Jihadists, the Coalition of South East Youth Leaders (COSEYL),