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28 Apr
Like a repeat of the 2016 and 2018 era when many states were unable to pay salaries and the Federal Government also got financially strained from paying subsidies, a new rift is set to occur over plans...
21 Apr
The Secretary to Bauchi State Government, Alhaji Mohammed Baba, says the government has temporarily stopped the salaries of 715 suspected ghost workers.
10 Mar
A workman is worthy of his wages as the ancient word says but it would appear that some state governors do not agree. How else can one rationalise the recurrent delay in payment of salaries
11 Nov 2020
Sir: The staff of the University of Africa, Toru-Orua owned by the Bayelsa State government hereby cry out over unpaid salaries. The staff which includes lecturers, non-academic, adjunct and sabbatical staff, numbering over 35 who were engaged between December 2019 and February 2020 are being owed salaries for 10, even 11 months, due to no…
5 Nov 2020
Employees of Oshimili South Council Area of Delta State, yesterday, barricaded the entrance of the council, locked out the Chairman, Uche Osadebe, and others over non-payment of salaries. The aggrieved workers said Osadebe refused to authorise payment of their salaries, even as they alleged that he has been engaging in illegal procurements. One of the…
15 Oct 2020
Almost seven months after the COVID-19-induced lockdown, schools across the states are beginning to open their doors to students. But school owners, parents
6 May 2020
Although the lockdown may have been relaxed, the impact on businesses may lead to further high unemployment, reduction in consumers’ purchasing power as the latest survey by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI),
6 May 2020
Dockworkers under the aegis of Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) have flayed attempts by employers to slash their salaries and convert the lockdown period occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic
18 Apr 2020
The Imo State government has disclosed that it has saved about N1 billion by blocking leakages in the payment of workers’ salaries and pensions since Governor Hope Uzodinma assumed office on January 15
9 Mar 2020
A former newscaster with the African Independent Television (AIT), Peter Kumba, has dragged DAAR Communications Plc before the National Industrial Court, Abuja,
8 Mar 2020
It is not uncommon to read about teachers in Nigeria, who abandon their duty posts or report late, because of poor salaries, delay in the payment of salaries or poor working conditions
18 Feb 2020
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has urged downward review of the salaries of political officeholders in the country.

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