Ahead of the May 29 handover date, a pro-democracy group under the aegis of The Natives has warned the Joe Ajaero-led Nigerian Labour Congress
Ahead of the May 29 handover date, a pro-democracy group under the aegis of The Natives has warned the Joe Ajaero-led Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) to steer clear of any act allegedly aimed at scuttling the inauguration of the President-Elect Asiwaju Bola Tinubu. The Natives Supreme Leader, Hon. Smart Edwards in a statement assured that…
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), yesterday, dismissed report by the Arewa Youth Assembly, petitioning security agencies to effect immediate arrest of its President, Joe Ajaero, on alleged plot to scuttle the inauguration of President-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Friday refuted claims that the union tends to scuttle the swearing-in of the President-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
The organised labour has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to sign the pending National Research and Innovation Council (NRIC) Bill into law before leaving office.
“The current N30,000 minimum wage is worth less than N18,000 the least paid Nigerian workers received between 2011 and 2018.” – This was the verdict that reverberated across board in all the 36 states of the federation as Nigerian workers...
If the government has failed or not lived up to the expectation in this area, I think the NLC which is even closer to workers should rise to the occasion and fill the gap created by government.
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has urged its former president, Adams Oshiomhole, to renew his commitments to Nigerian workers and people.
Organised Labour has suspended its proposed strike and picketing of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) offices over scarcity of naira notes. The industrial action was to begin today.
The elections have come and gone. People should take their grievances to court. They can equally protest if they are not satisfied with the outcome. As far as the NLC is concerned, this country must exist.
From Lagos to Enugu and Kano to Port Harcourt, there seems to be a breather, at last, for cash-strapped Nigerians, as part of the hitherto withheld banknotes made their way to Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) and banking halls for those who need cash for transactions.
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has unveiled plans to curtail the practice of casualisation and outsourcing of jobs across the country. Casualisation cuts across virtually all sectors of the economy such as oil and gas, telecommunications, banking, construction and mining, among others.