Trade Union Congress
TUC urges women to challenge myths militating against gender equality
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has challenged women to rise against cultural practices and traditions militating against attainment of gender equality in the country.
Labour threatens to shut down economy over minimum wage
Workers, under the aegis of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC), yesterday, came hard on federal lawmakers and threatened to shut down the economy...
Employment crisis in Cross River pits civil servants, labour against govt
Since Governor Ben Ayade came into office a little over five years ago, employment is seen as a highly political issue that always pits labour and civil servants against the government.
Labour cautions Ekiti Assembly against unlawful sack, victimisation of workers
Organised labour, yesterday, cautioned the Ekiti State House of Assembly against alleged attempt to disengage some workers under the guise of staff audit.
Kebbi gets Jan 1 deadline to defray arrears of workers
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) have given the Kebbi State Government up till January 1, 2021, to offset outstanding emoluments of workers.
Strike looms as labour stages walk out on government, insists on N160 per litre
Labour leaders, yesterday, staged a walkout on the Federal Government’s team at the Banquet Hall of Aso Villa, Abuja insisting on the reversal of petrol price to N160 per litre.
Increasing price hikes and worsening hardship
The penchant for government to ignore the feelings of the public each time it does something that people don’t like reminds me of the era of military dictatorship when the khaki boys did whatever they liked, whether or not the people liked it. Dictatorship is government by force. It is the form of government practiced…
Hard times in Buhari’s change regime
As governments in other climes strive to ameliorate the adverse effects of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) through palliative measures, bailouts and waivers...
Foreign investors shun South-South as oil ‘runs dry’
Its rich oil and gas resources notwithstanding, foreign direct investment in the South-South has been at a low ebb, for reasons, which economic analysts said...