The Organized Labour does not seem to be ready to shift ground on their insistence for the 36 governors of the federation to pay their workers the disturbing N30,000 minimum wage.
The United Labour Congress (ULC) president, Mr Joe Ajaero, says the group will not be part of an exercise designed to hoodwink Nigerian workers and masses into believing that their interests are being championed.
Activities in public universities in Nigeria are being crippled again by non-academic workers who are battling for juicier pay package.
By Kalada Jumbo The presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 general elections and former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar has congratulated Nigerian workers on this year’s Workers […]
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has rejected the N27,000 new National Minimum Wage adopted by the National Council of State on Tuesday.