Bayelsa urges LG workers to end strike, pledges to clear salary arrears
The Bayelsa Government has pledged to settle the 14-months salary arrears it owed local government workers currently on strike in the state.
NULGE to rally for councils’ autonomy
The Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) would next week Monday begin a nationwide rally to mobilise for local councils’ autonomy by the 36 states Houses of Assembly.
NULGE seeks dissolution of state electoral bodies, council autonomy
Current efforts at granting autonomy to local councils may be meaningless unless state electoral commissions are disbanded and tenure administrators at the third tier of government guaranteed, the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has said.
‘Non-functional local councils responsible for flooding’
The National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has blamed the floods ravaging most parts of the country on collapsed local government administration.
Labour unions seek inclusion of teachers’ salaries in first line charge
NLC and its affiliates said that primary school as the foundation of education deserves a national policy while its funding should be the responsibility of the three tiers of government.
NULGE trains council workers on financial management
The National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has trained its staff on financial management in preparation for the autonomy of local government administration.
We are not owing salaries LG workers, Ebonyi government replies NULGE
Ebonyi state government yesterday debunked the claims by National President, Ibrahim khaleel Ebonyi state was among the States in the country still owing the salaries of local government workers in the state.
NLC threatens politicians opposing minimum wage
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has called on workers to obtain their voter card with a view to voting out public officers that contribute to non-payment of salaries across the states.
Council workers shut down Warri over unpaid salaries
For several hours, Warri and adjoining towns were literally paralyzed following protests by local government workers over non-payment of one year’s salary by the Delta state government.