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Joe Ajaero

1 May 2017
Organised labour at the weekend said it would mobilise workers to protest moves to remove minimum wage from the exclusive to concurrent legislative list.
30 Apr 2017
Mr Joe Ajaero, the President, United Labour Congress (ULC) said at the pre-2017 May Day seminar organised by ULC, in Lagos.
24 Jan 2017
Led by the president, United Labour Congress, Comrade Joe Ajaero, the workers said the decision to occupy the company headquarters and other outlets in the zone followed the alleged refusal of...
3 Jan 2017
In its message to workers, the NLC President, Ayuba Wabba stressed that the Buhari administration has not shown the capacity to take Nigeria’s economy out of the woods in 2017.
19 Dec 2016
The union unanimously elected Ajaero as its president while the president of the Nigerian Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), Igwe Achese, was elected deputy president.
18 Dec 2016
No fewer than 25 industrial unions on Saturday elected Mr Joe Ajaero as president of a new labour centre, United Labour Congress (ULC).
4 Dec 2016
Following Federal Government’s decision not to reverse the privatisation of the power sector, stakeholders are now canvassing a radical shake-up of the sector, to stimulate optimal performance.
4 Dec 2016
Three years down the line, Nigerians are still battling with the same epileptic power supply that necessitated privatisation of the utilities. Now voices are getting louder.
31 Aug 2016
Except that all is not well. Workers are saying “No” to the growing tide of job cuts, unpaid salaries, among others. In early July, oil workers threatened to go on strike over sacks of their members.
5 Jul 2016
President of the NLC, Joe Ajaero, said that the rumour making the rounds was not from the NLC, adding that the plan was in place until the banks have satisfied set condition.
24 May 2016
The NLC has only lost the battle, not the war. It still remains, even in its splintered shape, the major tool that Nigerians can use when the occasion calls for it.


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