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ACTIVITIES were last Wednesday grounded at the Ondo Business District (OBD) office of the defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) now Benin Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC), while aggrieved pensioners of the defunct PHCN also held a peaceful protest rally in Ibadan over the non- payment of their gratuity since

NIGERIA Labour Congress (NLC) has called on all Nigerians, irrespective of political affiliation to join hands with Federal Government to tackle insecurity in the country.
NLC President Abdulwahed Ibrahim Omar, who made the call during his farewell speech as NLC president during the just concluded May Day celebrations stated that “In

TRADE Union Congress (TUC) has condemned the rising cases of insecurity in the country even as it cried out against the spread of the Boko Haram insurgency.
While calling on government at various levels (federal, state and local governments) to devise better appropriate security and intelligence gathering strategy along with the

WORKERS of Arewa Textiles PLC, Kaduna state, North West Nigeria, have protested an alleged plan by the management of Union Bank Nigeria PLC to sell the company  
The workers who marched along the Textile Road in Kakuri area in Kaduna-South local government council, carrying placards with various inscriptions, also blocked all the gates leading into the factory to prevent anyone from gaining entrance.

AFTER six months of change of ownership of Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), the new owners, last week experienced the combined forces of army of protesters over the anti-labour activities of the new owners. 

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