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THE organized labour, has indicted Federal Government of aiding the new investors in electricity to allegedly defraud Nigerians.
The President, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Abdulwaheed Omar, who blamed government for its lack of consideration for Nigerian masses before dishing out

TRADE Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) last week expressed surprise over the hike in electricity tariff, despite the near-zero performance by electricity distribution and generation companies (discos and Gencos) six months after privatization, even as it declared its readiness to resist the hike saying, “for now we call on all workers and

TRADE Union Congress (TUC Rivers State chapter, has vowed to paralyze business activities in Rivers State unless its demand for justice against anti-labour activity in the state is addressed.

WORRIED that unless urgent step is taken, the construction companies may go bankrupt, the leadership of National Union of Civil Engineering, Construction, Furniture and Wood Workers (NUCECFWW), has called on Federal Government and the other two tiers of governments to create enabling atmosphere for job creation in the industry.

BARELY a week after the pension regulatory body reaffirmed Nigerians of police pension fund, it has again, said that the National Pension Commission is making arrangements to transfer N302 billion pension funds of police officers under the Contributory Pension Scheme to the newly created NPF Pensions Limited.

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