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  1. Federal Government Slashes Wage Awards by N100 Billion, Sparking Backlash from Labour Unions

    Nigeria Federal Government Slashes Wage Awards by N100 Billion, Sparking Backlash from Labour Unions

    The Federal Government's revised 2023 Supplementary Budget reveals a substantial reduction of N100 billion in wage awards for federal civil servants, diverging from previous agreements with labour unions. The budget, marred by controversy, showcases shifts in allocations, with the contentious N5...
  2. Labor Unions Unveil Demands to Avert November 8 Strike After Assault on Ajaero

    Nigeria Labor Unions Unveil Demands to Avert November 8 Strike After Assault on Ajaero

    The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) have announced a series of demands in response to the recent assault on Comrade Joe Ajaero, the NLC President, and other workers and journalists. The assault, along with various grievances, had prompted the nationwide...
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    Metro Fuel Price Hike: Catholic Church Tells Labour Unions To Shelve Strike

    The Catholic Church in Nigeria, yesterday, called on the organized labour unions threatening to shut-down the country over the new fuel price of petrol to have a rethink on their plan, to avoid throwing the nation into chaos. The Federal Government last week announced a new official price for...
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    Politics Fuel Price Hike: FG, Labour Meeting Rescheduled For Today

    Discussions between the federal government and labour unions as part of efforts to avert the planned strike by Nigeria Labour Congress to resist an increase in the price of petrol are continuing on Tuesday. The meeting was rescheduled after both parties could not reach an agreement in an...
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    Metro Fuel Price Hike: Labour Leaders Kick as FG Proposes N120/Litre [DailyPost]

    In a bid to stop the strike action, the government during the dialogue meeting with the Labour unions last night proposed 120 per litre of fuel pump price. A competent insider told DailyPost that the federal government during the meeting with the Ayuba Wabba-led NLC proposed N120 per litre but...
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    Politics APC Chairman, Oyegun Begs Labour Unions Over Strike

    Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has appealed to the Nigerians, the labour unions and other civil society groups to understand the situation that has led to the deregulation of fuel prices. Chief Odigie-Oyegun, who made the appeal yesterday...
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    Business Ikeja Electric Apologises For Power Outage

    The giant electricity distribution company, Ikeja Electric, has apologised for the epileptic power supply across its network in the past three days. The company’s Head of Corporate Communications, Felix Ofulue, made this appeal in Lagos and attributed the poor service to the ongoing activities...
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