Wednesday , 23 July 2014
Latest News

Tag Archives: minimum wage

Feed Subscription

Kebbi APC Carpets State Govt Over Non-Implementation Of Minimum Wage

saidu-dakingari-kebbi

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kebbi State has accused the state government of non-implementation of N18, 000 minimum wage, which led to the state workers embarking on an indefinite strike action. This is coming on the heels of the directive by the state chapter of Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, ... Read More »

Private Jet Expenses: NLC Welcomes Alison-Madueke Probe

Allison-Madueke-jet

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has thrown its weight behind the move by some members of the House of Representatives to probe the Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Madueke’s expenditures on chattered private jets. In a statement titled “Create Jobs; Stop the Private Jets Jamboree NOW!” issued on Sunday, ... Read More »

Minimum Wage: Nasarawa NLC Embarks On Indefinite Strike

Al-Makura

The Nigeria Labour Congress in Nasarawa State on Monday embarked on an indefinite strike over the state government’s alleged failure to address the workers’ welfare. The NLC Chairman, Mr Asoloko Maku, told newsmen on Monday in Lafia that the congress issued a 14-day ultimatum to the state government to address ... Read More »

Citizens’ Rights Come With A Lot Of Responsibilities, Says Fashola

Fashola-Speaking

Governor Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State has explained why it appears difficult for certain political office holders to implement the existing national minimum wage of N18,000 for workers across board The governor made this known in Lagos on Thursday, while speaking at the 5th Nigeria Leadership Conference (NLC) tagged “The ... Read More »

National Assembly To Revisit Removal Of Minimum Wage From Exclusive List – Mark

SENATE PRESIDENT DAVID MARK (L), ADDRESSING NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS AND THE TRADE UNION CONGRESS DURING THEIR PROTEST  OVER THE REMOVAL OF MINIMUM WAGE FROM EXCLUSIVE LEGISLATIVE LIST AT THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY IN ABUJA ON WEDNESDAY (18/9/13). WITH HIM ARE GOV. ADAM OSHIOMHOLE OF EDO (R) AND SEN. OLUREMI TINUBU

The Senate President, David Mark, on Wednesday assured Nigerian workers that the National Assembly will revisit the removal of the National minimum wage from the Exclusive List. Mark disclosed this while addressing the protesting workers under the aegis of the Nigerian Labour Movement in Abuja. The Senate President said that ... Read More »

NLC To Mobilise Against Removal Of Minimum Wage From Exclusive List

NLC-Mr.-Abdulwahed-Omar-360x225

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has vowed to mobilise its members across the country against plan by the Senate to remove minimum wage from exclusive to concurrent list. Addressing newsmen shortly after NLC congress on Thursday in Abuja, the president, Abdulwaheed Omar, said labour would do all within its power ... Read More »

Strippers Join The Fight For Better Wages In Minimum Wage Lawsuit

Exotic Dancing Tampa

  In the same week that low-wage truck drivers, warehouse employees and fast-food workers are taking to picket lines to demand better wages, a small group of strippers in Colorado is going to court for the same cause. Four exotic dancers are suing Fantasy Gentlemen’s Club in Grand Junction, Colo., claiming the club’s ... Read More »

Planned Removal Of Minimum Wage From Exclusive List ‘Call To Chaos’ Says Workers

Constitution-Mark1

Nigerian workers have threatened to resist the removal of minimum wage from the exclusive list to concurrent list in the new constitution by the National Assembly. Dr Ayuba Wabba, President of the Medical and Health Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MHWUN) made this known in an interview with the News Agency ... Read More »

NLC Threatens To Embark On Solidarity Strike With ASUU

Abdulwahid Omar

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Monday threatened to join the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) in solidarity strike if the Federal Government failed to address the ASUU demands. NLC President, Abdulwaheed Omar, made the threat at the opening ceremony of the “2013 Rain School” in Uyo. “We call on the federal government ... Read More »

Why I Chose Not To Celebrate My 50th Birthday – Gov. Obi

Peter Obi

Governor Peter Obi of Anambra on Wednesday attained the golden age of 50 but chose not to celebrate his birthday due to the parlous state of affairs in the country. He made this known while speaking with newsmen shortly after the State Executive Council meeting in Awka, the state capital. ... Read More »

Deregulate Minimum Wage And Incur Workers’ Wrath, Union Warns Senate

Senate-412

The Senate has been warned against the proposed deregulation of the national minimum wage in the country in the interest of industrial peace. The warning was given by Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria on Wednesday. The union alleged that since most of the Senators were “sponsored” by their ... Read More »

Teachers Suspend Strike In Five States, Chide Oshiomhole For Anti-Labour Practices

NUT

The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has berated Edo State Governor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole for being dishonest in his dealings with teachers in his state saying by his actions, he has exhibited bad examples of labour practice and democratic governance. It would be recalled that the union had on June ... Read More »

NUT Wants 26% Budget Allocated To Education

nut-logo_500

As the country celebrates May Day 2013, the Nigerian Union of Teachers, NUT, yesterday called on all tiers of government in the country to ensure allocation of 26 per cent annual budget to education in order to improve educational standards in the country. Comrade Michael Alogba Olukoya, NUT President, who ... Read More »

Minimum Wage: Plateau State Workers to Begin Total Showdown on December 10th

nlc

It is indeed surprising that even at this moment in time there are still states that are yet to resolve the issue of the minimum wage with their workers. Plateau State chapters of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) have directed all industrial/trade unions and associations in ... Read More »

Labor, FG Finally Agree

fg, labor finally agree

The Federal Government and Labor have finally reached an agreement on the implementation of the minimum wage act. The agreement has come after several rounds negotiations between the Fg and Labor. Initially, the Federal Government had argued that the minimum wage bill was not a wage review since workers salaries ... Read More »

Labor – Government Talks On Minimum Wage Breaks down

image-pending

Labour has directed all workers across the country to get ready to fight for the implementation of the minimum wage law. This is as a result of the fact that negotiations between Government and the NLC over the implementation of the minimum wage law has reached a cul-de-sac and according ... Read More »

State Governments Still Battling With Implementation Of Minimum Wage Bill

image-pending

A cross-sectional examination across the borders of various states in Nigeria revealed that many of them are still battling with the difficulties of having to implement the minimum wage bill. While some states like Lagos, Edo, Delta, Cross Rivers and a few others have shown willingness to the new minimum ... Read More »

Labour declares three-day warning strike

nlc president

Organised labour today ordered workers to proceed on a three-day warning strike from Wednesday to Friday next week, to force the federal and state governments to implement the N18,000 new minimum wage. The declaration was made on Tuesday in Abuja after a meeting of leaders of organised labour in Abuja. ... Read More »

Scroll To Top