NLC and Politics

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COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF A MEETING OF THE CENTRAL WORKING COMMITTEE (CWC) OF NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS (NLC) HELD ON THURSDAY 9th MAY, 2019 AT THE AUDITORIUM OF PASCAL BAFYAU LABOUR HOUSE, CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, ABUJA

9th May, 2019 COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF A MEETING OF THE CENTRAL WORKING COMMITTEE (CWC) OF NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS (NLC) HELD ON THURSDAY 9th MAY, 2019 AT THE AUDITORIUM OF PASCAL BAFYAU LABOUR HOUSE, CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, ABUJA An emergency meeting of the Central Working Committee of the …

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Labour Minister, Chris Ngige deploys Armed thugs against workers on a Peaceful Protest…

Earlier today Labour  Unions went on a peaceful protest to demand for the Inauguration of the Board of the NSITF of  which  a former Deputy President of NLC ,Chief Comrade, Frank Kokori is to be the Chairman and the Minister of Labour,Mr. Chris Ngige has adamantly refused to inaugurate the …

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NLC: We’ll Ensure All Governors Implement N30,000 Minimum Wage

NLC: We’ll Ensure All Governors Implement N30,000 Minimum Wage Unfortunately, leaders of governments at all tiers are enemies of workers. They never at anytime want to succumb to the provision of the law, when it comes to the right and welfare of the workers. The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has …

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Breaking News:NLC States Delegates Conference Holds on 25th of April 2019

The Nigeria Labour Congress is set to Convene her State Delegates Conference in all the states of the Federation including FCT. This is in line with the provision of Article 10 Section 5 of the Nigeria Labour Congress Constitution. Hence, the State Delegate Conference have been scheduled for Thursday 25th …

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FULL ADDRESS DELIVERED BY COMRADE AYUBA WABBA,NLC PRESIDENT DURING THE VISIT TO PRESIDENT BUHARI BY ORGANISED LABOUR,

ADDRESS BY COMRADE AYUBA WABBA, mni, PRESIDENT OF THE NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS (NLC) ON BEHALF OF ORGANIZED LABOUR ON PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI‘S RE-ELECTION   Protocol   On behalf of organized Labour in Nigeria and by extension the entire working people of Nigeria I wish to congratulate you on your re-election …

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Your threats will not deter us: NLC to Amosun

PRESS RELEASE ON THE THREAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WORKERS BY GOVERNOR IBIKUNLE AMOSUN OF OGUN STATE.   PRESS RELEASE Preamble: The leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has taken cognizance of a statement credited to the Governor of Ogun State, Ibikunle Amosun, where he threatened to disgrace the leadership …

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Ogun NLC Reacts to Governor Amosun Threats….,..

. Ogun NLC attention had been drawned to the Public Threat to Organised Labour led by Comrade Ayuba Wabba on National Protest schedule to hold next week Tuesday 5th March in Ogun State a desperate move by a Government whose lies and propangada had been exposed.The sudden vituperations by Senator …

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NLC CONGRATULATE PRESIDENT BUHARI

Press Release                 27/02/19 The Nigeria Labour Congress wishes to congratulate Muhammadu Buhari on his re-election as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, being the second person to get re-elected since the return to civilian rule twenty years ago. We also wish to congratulate other candidates for their participation and urge …

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Minimum wage bill: Senate sets up committee, says Buhari silent on N30, 000 for federal workers

The Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, on Thursday, clarified that President Muhammadu Buhari, did not specify a separate minimum wage for federal workers in the new bill he forwarded to the federal parliament on Wednesday evening. Ekweremadu said Buhari only asked the National Assembly to deliberate on and approve a …

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Minimum wage: We insist on N30,000 for all workers, NUT says

The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), has frowned at the N27, 000 minimum wage approved for Nigerian workers by the National Council of State. The union was also not comfortable with the Federal Government’s decision to pay its workers N30,000 as minimum wage. The News Agency of Nigeria recalls that …

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