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Peter Esele

23 Feb 2020
On Tuesday, December 31, the African Development Bank (AfDB) openly endorsed the idea of African countries spending part of their pension funds on infrastructure development.
18 Jan 2020
A CHIEFTAIN of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr. Peter Esele, yesterday, said the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) should take all the blames
12 Oct 2019
Mr Peter Esele, former President, Trade Union Congress (TUC), says the Federal Government has a responsibility to respect the terms of agreement reached with the organised labour on the new minimum wage.
12 Oct 2019
Normally, workers pay taxes around the world. Here, they pay what is referred to as “Pay As You Earn (PAYE). As people earn higher, their tax increases.
21 May 2019
The premises of Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) have been one where silence could mean anything and speaking in certain manner...
4 May 2019
Every Nigerian worker would benefit from the minimum wage law through sectoral negotiations that would be spearheaded by the unions and state councils of both the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC).
4 May 2019
I think it’s going to be an issue of how Labour deploy their efficiency, and the struggle must also be research and fact based. The governors must be made to understand that N30,000 of today is actually less than N18,000 of 2011.
15 Apr 2019
Former President of the Trade Union Congress (TUC), Peter Esele, has described as unfortunate recent report of five Nigerians...
25 Dec 2018
Former Trade Union Congress (TUC) President, Peter Esele, yesterday distributed foodstuff and undisclosed amount of money to 600 widows and women from seven communities at Ohordua in Esan South East Local Council of Edo State.
25 Dec 2016
Many Nigerians would see the move as responding to the challenges in the Niger Delta indirectly, by empowering a section of the country over the other.
26 Mar 2015
As part of plans to increase the capacity of Nigerian engineering graduates for the power industry, especially in the areas of electricity generation, distribution and transmission nationwide, the Federal Government has spent a total of N441,600,000 million for training of 184 graduates in nine months.

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