No Work No Pay
6 Nov 2022
What and how else shall we write on ASUU-FG crisis since 2009 before the authorities in Nigeria can take the challenge of tertiary education very seriously? Who should we send to our President to remind him about his promise to declare an emergency on education since 2017? As the answers to the questions above continue…
23 Sep 2022
“No work, no pay” has since gained currency as never before in a kind of obviously puzzling manner that has befuddled me as drink befuddles a drinker it makes stupid but I am not a drinker of drinks that should make me stupid.
7 Sep 2022
In a move to end the seven months closure of public varsities in the country, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, yesterday, said government could only afford 23.5 per cent salary increase for lecturers, while a 35 per cent increment will be enjoyed by professors...
11 Oct 2017
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, made this known on Wednesday at the end of the Federal Executive Council’s meeting at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.