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    Politics Stalemate in govt, Labour talks on petrol, power prices – The Nation News
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    Politics NLC not planning mass action – P.M. News

    Following reports that the organised labour may go on a nationwide strike for the full implementation of the new minimum wage, the Nigeria Labour Congress .... Read more via P.M. News – Get More Nigeria Political News
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    Metro NLC endorses Sanwo-Olu – Newtelegraph

    The chairman of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) Lagos State council, Comrade Tokonbo Korodo, has declared the NLC’s support for the APC gubernatorial candidate, Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, in the forthcoming general elections. Speaking during an interactive session with Sanwo Olu at the...
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    Metro ‘N24,000 Can Never Be The New Minimum Wage For Workers’ – Labour – INFORMATION NIGERIA

    A labour leader, Joe Ajaero, on Tuesday said that the organised labour would never sign any agreement with the federal government on new National Minimum Wage which is less than N30,000. ”N24,000 can never be the new Minimum Wage for workers. If the government pays it, then it … Read more...
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    Metro New minimum wage: Banks join NLC strike, shutdown operations – Daily Post Nigeria

    Some commercial banks in Abuja have joined in the ongoing warning strike by the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC. Recalls that the organised labour had said that the declaration of the warning strike became inevitable after talks with the Federal Government over a new minimum wage ended in …...
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    Politics Mimiko Still Not Part Of New Labour Party – Leadership Newspaper

    Events and circumstances occasioned by Dr. Abdulrahamon Olusegun Mimiko’s defection back to the Labour Party (LP), from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), are already getting tumultuous reactions from both the Labour Party’s leadership and from political pundits. The opinions of the observers...
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    Politics Saraki Tells Buhari: Set Up Review Panel on Workers' Demands

    Senate President, Bukola Saraki has advised the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to immediately constitute a panel consisting of stakeholders to work on demands of Nigerian workers for increased wages and arrears of pension, promotion and allowances. In a statement signed by...
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    Metro Many Countries Are Not Happy With Nigeria - NLC

    President of the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, Ayuba Wabba, says “most countries” are unhappy that Nigeria is the giant of Africa, and will therefore be happy to see the country disintegrate. He therefore urged Nigerians not to succumb to external forces working very hard to break up the...
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    Metro Nigerian Labour Congress Threatens To Shut Down 6 Banks

    The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) said it will begin a nationwide shutdown of banks who have arbitrarily sacked a large number of workers contrary to laid down procedures and the country’s extant labour laws beginning from July 1, 2016. In a letter of intent to the six affected banks which...
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    Metro Fuel Price Increase: NLC Strike Successful in Jos

    The nationwide strike embarked on by the Nigerian Labour Congress, gained success in Taraba state as all ministries in the state and public schools were closed. Both academic and non-academic staffs of Taraba State University complied with the industrial action in support of the reversal of...
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    Metro ₦145/Litre Expensive? LIST of Fuel Prices in Other Countries

    Following the harsh economic realities Nigeria is currently facing, many Nigerians have labelled the Federal Government as being insensitive to the plight of its citizen by making fuel too expensive for consumption. But really, how expensive is fuel in Nigeria, compared to other countries? At...
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    Politics Between Goodluck Jonathan & President Buhari – Why N145/Litre Protests Will Fail

    Former President Goodluck Jonathan got on the nerves of Nigerians after he removed fuel subsidy on January 1, 2012. This took fuel price from ₦65 to ₦141 at filling stations. This resulted to massive protests by civil-rights groups, labour unions, and Nigerians generally. APC, the opposition...
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    Politics Fuel Price Increase: 10 Reasons Why NLC Should Not Go on Strike

    The decision of the Federal Government to remove fuel subsidy didn’t go well with some Nigerians, and especially its labour force. Starting Wednesday, the Nigerian Labour Congress vowed to embark on nationwide strike following the removal of fuel subsidy and increase in fuel price from N86.50 to...
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    Metro NLC Strike: 1o Things Nigerians Should Do Today In Case There Is Strike Tomorrow

    The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) has said it will down tools as from tomorrow, Wednesday 18 May 2016 over the removal of fuel subsidy, and called on the Federal Government to reverse the Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) to N86.50 per litre, else the labour union will not rescind its decision on the...
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    Politics Letter to the Federal Government And NLC - Abang Dove [OPINION]

    There is a saying that goes: ‘When two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers’. This saying that has been used to characterize the carnage borne from the combat of two or more powerful forces cannot be over emphasized as regards the current happenings and the current state of the nation...
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    Metro Nigerian Government Should Not Prosecute T.B. Joshua – NLC

    The Lagos State Chapter of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) has called on the Federal and the Lagos State governments to find a place in their hearts to support T.B. Joshua’s ministry rather than try to persecute him with the ongoing criminal trial of contractors who handled the collapse of a...