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May Day: It’s Immoral to Pretend Not to Know Workers are Suffering, Says Obaseki as he jacks up Minimum Wage to ₦40,000

May Day: It’s Immoral to Pretend Not to Know Workers are Suffering, Says Obaseki as he jacks up Minimum Wage to ₦40,000

…Approves payment of harmonised pension from May 2022 Workers and pensioners in Edo State were upbeat on Sunday as the state governor, Godwin Obaseki, announced a new minimum wage of ₦40,000, and payment of harmonised pension to civil servants and retirees respectively, in commemoration of this year’s Workers’ Day. Obaseki said the welfare of workers

Oyo, Osun Workers Embark on Strike

As the economic hardship caused by unpaid salaries bites harder, labour unions in Oyo and Osun states have directed their members to embark on an indefinite strike action in order to press home demands for the payment of owed salary arrears. Jacob Adekomi, Chairman, Nigeria Labour Congress, Osun State, while addressing a news conference in

FG Orders Verification of Workers’ Certificates

The Federal Government has directed that a verification and revalidation exercise be carried out on all credentials and records of all staff in the Federal Civil Service. Danladi Kifasi, Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, gave this directive to officials managing the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System. This was contained in a

Plateau Workers Threaten Strike

The Plateau state chapter of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, on Friday directed workers in all its affiliate unions to commence an indefinite strike as soon as the ultimatum given to the state government expires on May 4.  While briefing journalists in Jos, state capital, during the occasion to mark this year’s Workers’ Day, Jibrin

Yaba Psychiatric Hospital Workers Protest Non-Payment of Allowance

Health workers of the Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba, Lagos, acting under the aegis of the Joint Health Sectors Union, JOHESU, Yaba branch, marched round the hospital premises in a peaceful protest, on Monday, urging the government to pay their 5 years promotion arrears. The protesting JOHESU members speaking through several placards they displayed, said that

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