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3 May 2021
The epileptic power supply in the country may worsen if a threat by electricity workers to withdraw their services over insecurity in the country is carried out.
3 Jan 2021
As the controversy rages over the impracticability, availability, legality, or otherwise of state governors borrowing N17trillion from the pension funds, labour unions, retirees insist that trust and accountability deficit...
17 Jul 2020
The Comrade Joe Ajaero-led United Labour Congress (ULC) and the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), yesterday, returned to the Nigeria Labour Congress
23 Apr 2020
Notwithstanding the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic that had brought unprecedented challenges for businesses both locally and globally, its impact on businesses has resulted in a global shutdown, frustrating business operations, investments and supply chains.
7 Apr 2020
The United Labour Congress (ULC) has called on government to work with relevant sector stakeholders, to put in place a hazard and life insurance package for workers exposed to the COVID-19 pandemic.
30 Jan 2020
Seven weeks after the Federal Government failed to implement agreement reached with workers in the electricity sector, they have vowed to resume their suspended strike.
24 Dec 2019
Electricity workers have raised an alarm over the level at which their members are beaten up and mobbed on daily basis by Nigerians to provide them pre-paid meters.
17 Sep 2019
Moves by the Federal Government to increase Value Added Tax (VAT) from five per cent to 7.2 per cent has continued to generate more controversies from different quarters.
10 Aug 2019
Sorrow and anguish have continued to prevail at the home of the Nwawuike family in Ikorodu, an outskirt in Lagos State following the mysterious disappearance...
27 Jun 2019
It is only when critical stakeholders in labour movement collaborate with a singular sincerity of purpose that the employers of labour would fully implement the new minimum wage of N30,000, United Labour Congress (ULC) has said.
14 May 2019
The United Labour Congress (ULC), has urged the Federal Government to urgently tackle the high rate of unemployment in the country.
2 May 2019
The United Labour Congress (ULC) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to launch a campaign to reform the country’s electoral system. It stressed that the Buhari adminitrstaion should seek to bequeath that legacy to the nation so that its electoral process becomes more acceptable to Nigerians in future. Congress stated that with this, the President should…


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FAST-rising Afro-RnB singer, Dimeji Ogaosun, professionally known as Dimi Keye has dropped a soul-stirring extended playlist dubbed, Vibe Sessions.  And within this 5-track EP, the young singer project delves deeper into intimate love plains, creating his strongest body of work so far. With three stellar features from prominent vocalists Nitah, Sai, and Eze, respectively, Dimi Keye…
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Cardi B was awarded $1.25 million in her defamation case against celebrity blogger Latasha Kebe (Tasha K) on Monday. The jury awarded the Bodak Yellow singer $1.25million in damages after a trial in federal court in Georgia. Speaking to Rolling Stone, a courtroom observer revealed that the Grammy-award winning star was present when the verdict was read.…
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Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera on Monday sacked his entire cabinet over graft concerns, vowing to "confront all forms of lawless conduct by public officials". "I have dissolved my entire cabinet effective immediately, and all the functions of cabinet revert to my office until I announce a reconfigured cabinet in two days," Chakwera said in a…
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Gospel singer Sammie Okposo has publicly admitted to cheating on his wife and issued a public apology in that regard. The 51-year old singer taking to Instagram admitted to cheating on his wife Ozioma during his trip to the United States. The Wellu Wellu singer in his statement revealed that he had entered into an intimate…
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Russia on Tuesday added jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny to a list of "terrorists and extremists", as authorities continue a clampdown on the opposition. Navalny and several of his allies, including key aide Lyubov Sobol, appeared Tuesday on a database of banned individuals compiled by the Federal Service for Financial Monitoring (Rosfinmonitoring). According to Navalny's…