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    Court orders Bello to pay civil servant’s salary – Vanguard Newspaper

    Abuja – The National Industrial Court, Abuja, on Friday ordered the Kogi Government to pay a civil servant, Ameh Onoj, whose salary was stopped in March 2014. Onoja had approached the court to seek redress when he was told that his salary was stopped because... Read more via Vanguard...
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    Metro 3-yr-legal battle: Firms ordered to recall sacked 29 workers - Vanguard Ng

    National Industrial Court, NIC, sitting in Abuja, has ordered two Jos-based companies, Grand Cereals Nigeria Limited and Spring Waters Nigeria Limited, to recall workers sacked three years over union activities. The court also directed the two companies to pay the affected workers the arrears...
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    Sports Leaked Document: Messi’s Weekly Pay Revealed

    Lionel Messi contract is worth a staggering $2.4million-a-week, according to Football Leaks. The Argentine ace finally ended speculation over his future in November when he put pen to paper on a bumper deal that ties him to the Nou Camp until 2021. However, the financial details of that...
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    Politics Okorocha: Payment Of Salary Is A Privilege, Not A Right (Nigerians React)

    Nigerians have reacted to the statement "payment of salaries is not a right, but rather, it is a privilege” made by Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha. He made the statement through his spokesman, Dr Kelechi Okpaleke, following the immediate payment of salaries to civil servant by the...
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    World [List] Top 10 Countries With the Highest Salaries in 2015

    The beauty of having a paid employment is the certainty of financial remuneration at a given period. However, this is not the ultimate because people in the workforce everywhere around world are stuck in the bubble of constantly evaluating their earnings and seeking better pay for what they...
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    Metro Photos: Kwara State Lecturer Turns Bricklayer Due To Non-Payment of Salary

    A Lecturer in the Kwara State College of Education, Oro, Mr. Kayode Odeyemi has been subjected to labouring work as a result of the inability of the Kwara State government to pay workers salary. He uploaded his picture while working as labourer in a building construction site to earn a...