By Taiwo Ogunmola-Omilani, Lagos Maritime workers have said jobs of most Nigerians are being threatened in the maritime sector as a result of the bill before the national Assembly which is tends to repeal Nigeria Port Authority act 1955. As a result of this promise, Maritime workers Union of Nigeria reemphasized...
By Michael Oche, Abuja The minister of labour and employment, Sen. Chris Nwabueze Ngige, has saluted the resilience of the Nigerian workers and hope for a better future in the face of the current economic challenges facing the country. The minister, in a message to the workers on the occasion marking...
The organised labour has threatened a nationwide strike if the government fails to begin process of reviewing the workers minimum wage, saying that Nigerian workers are hungry and legitimately angry. The National Union of Textile Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria (NUTGTWN), an affiliate body of the Nigeria Labour Congress...
BY Abubakar Bello Abu Nmodu in his mid-term assessment of governance in Niger State, gives Governor Abubakar Bello thumbs up for doing what is remarkable in the educational and health sectors. When Governor Abubukar Sani Bello popularly called Abu Lolo started in Niger State in May 29, 2015, most of his...