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Labour suspends nationwide strike

The planned nationwide strike by the labour unions over a new minimum wage has been shelved for now. The strike was scheduled to start on Tuesday.

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NLC insists electricity tariff must be slashed, pickets 6 offices

The Kaduna Chapter of Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress, TUC, and labour union members in the state on Monday insisted that the electricity distribution companies across Nigeria must reduce tariff and provide adequate electricity before charging high prices.

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NLC, Okorocha set for face-off

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Imo chapter, has criticized the state government’s plan to concession some of its institutions, expressing fears that the policy would expose the people to serious danger.

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Aggrieved Faction of The NLC Set To Form Parallel Leadership

The crisis rocking the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) is certainly far from being over as a faction of the workers union has revealed plans to form a parallel labour leadership. Twenty three unions including Electricity Workers Union, Nigerian Textile Workers Union and NUPENG among others are among those opposed to the results of the election that declared Ayuba Waba president …

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BREAKING: NLC Election Disrupted As Aggrieved Parties Hijack, Destroy Ballot Boxes

The 11th National Delegates Conference of the Nigeria Labour Congress was on Thursday abruptly disrupted as aggrieved parties hijack, and smash ballot boxes being used to elect incoming leaders of the organisation, the News Agency of Nigeria is reporting. The International Conference Centre’s venue of the conference was thrown into confusion as delegates ran for dear lives after some aggrieved …

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NLC, others threaten strike over national minimum wage rejection

The organised labour on Wednesday threatened to go on strike to protest the decision of the National Assembly to move the minimum wage from the exclusive legislative list to the concurrent list.

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