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Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC)

November 15, 2023

Senate urges NLC, TUC, ASUU to call off strike in national interest

The Senate has called on organised labour to call off the ongoing strike in the interest of Nigerians.

Godswill Akpabio and Joe Ajaero
November 12, 2023

Group warns NLC against ‘romancing’ Labour Party 

“This is a safeguard to ensure that democracy thrives in Nigeria,” he said.

NLC and LABOUR PARTY
October 5, 2023

We’ll start distributing N25,000 grant to vulnerable pensioners, FG tells NLC

He also emphasised the need for the FG to provide more jobs by creating a productive economy where factories are functioning and employing workers.

Betta Edu (Credit: Betta Edu)
October 2, 2023

NLC, TUC to consider Tinubu’s government offer, suspend strike, says information minister

“NLC and TUC will consider the offers by the federal government with a view to suspending the planned strike,” the information minister.

TINUBU, Joe Ajaero and Tommy Etim Okon
September 5, 2023

Kebbi governor orders immediate payment of annual leave grants to workers

He, however, confirmed that the state government had already engaged the union’s leadership in dialogue.

Governor Nasir Idris
August 24, 2023

Palliatives: Ebonyi receives N2 billion, 3,000 bags of rice from FG

He noted that the government has approved the payment of arrears of gratuity to retired civil servants from 1996 to 2021 with a cost implementation of N4.3 billion.

Ebonyi state governor, Francis Nwifuru [Photo: Twitter]
July 31, 2023

Subsidy Removal: Lagos Assembly begs NLC to shelve planned strike

The strike, which is to begin on Wednesday, is to protest the removal of fuel subsidy and the escalating cost of living in the country.

Lagos House of Assembly
June 5, 2023

Subsidy: IGP Baba orders crackdown on troublemakers during NLC strike

The IGP charged officers to be vigilant and proactive in tackling security threats by “political and non-political actors.”

Inspector General of Police Usman Baba Alkali
June 4, 2023

Subsidy: Anambra community leader sues for dialogue instead of strike

The community leader said Nigerians had endured so much hardship and that the strike would only inflict more pain on the masses.

Fuel queue
June 3, 2023

Buhari regime serviced debt with 96 per cent of revenue; left multi-trillion naira debt for Tinubu: Bayo Onanuga

Mr Onanuga’s lamentation comes a few days after Mr Tinubu said he should not be pitied for he is aware of the issues confronting the country before vying to be President.

Buhari and Tinubu