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  1. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro We’ll meet labour’s Dec deadline on N30,000 wage – Govs – Newtelegraph

    Nigerian governors have given assurance that they would meet the December 31 deadline given by the organised labour for the implementation of the N30,000 minimum wage to workers. The governors, who met Wednesday night under the umbrella of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF), also called on...
  2. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Sowore didn’t commit any offence, NLC tells Buhari – P.M. News

    The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has called on Federal Government to release Mr Omoyele Sowore and 26 other protesters arrested on account of the #RevolutionNow protest on Monday.... Read more via P.M. News – https://ift.tt/2GRRMGE Get More Nigeria Political News
  3. Nigeria Political News

    Politics NLC urges FG to declare public holiday for people to travel to cast vote – Laila’s Blog

    The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, has urged the Federal Government to declare a two or three-day public holiday so as to enable people travel to cast their vote. NLC stated this as they expressed disappointment at INEC’s decision to postpone the presidential election last Saturday. … Read...
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    Metro Kogi labour orders closure of private, public offices in 21 LGs – Punch Newspapers – Punch Newspapers

    The organised labour in Kogi has directed workers in the private and public sectors to embark on a seven-day strike with effect from September 27. The directive was contained in a statement issued on Wednesday in Lokoja by the state chapters of the … Read more via Punch Newspapers –...
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    Buhari has constitutional right to seek re-election –Aremu – The Sun News

    General Secretary of Textile Workers Union and National Executive Council member of Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Issa Aremu, has said President Muhammadu Buhari has the constitutional right to seek re-election. “The reported announcement by President Muhammadu Buhari of his intention to …...
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