Thursday , August 18 2022

Governance

Nasarawa Govt Commends Labour Unions As Workers End Strike

The Nasarawa State government has commended the organised labour in the state for its resilience in protecting the rights of workers and agreeing to hold talks for the resolution of their industrial action The Commissioner for Justice and Attorney General of the state, Yusuf Shehu, gave the commendation on behalf …

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Biafra agitators are enemies of Nigeria – Gov. Bello

The governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello, has described those behind the agitation for the break up and restructuring of the country as real enemies of the country. The governor stated this yesterday in Lokoja during a meeting with leaders of the organised labour in the state. He called on Nigerians to disregard calls for …

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Leadership and the Challenges Of Good Governance In Nigeria

EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN OF THE EFCC I am honoured to be given the privilege of presenting this paper at the Ambrose Alli Annual Lecture. The topic is apt, given the pedigree of the man in whose memory we have gathered here today. Distinguished audience, permit me to state that the “leader” …

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Lagos employees lament high cost of living, want N56,000 minimum wage

The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), Lagos State council has asked the state government to increase workers’ minimum wage to N56,000 to meet the high cost of living in the state. The Chairman of the congress, Francis Ogunremi, said this yesterday at the May Day celebration tagged “Labour Relations …

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Corruption: Bauchi govt to introduce whistle-blowing policy

Gov. Mohammed Abubakar of Bauchi State said the state government would introduce whistleblowing in the state to fight corruption in its local government councils. Abubkar made this known when he addressed workers at May Day celebration in Bauchi on Monday. He described corruption at the local government level as “endemic”, …

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