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Nigeria records 276 new coronavirus cases, total now 8344
Again, motorists, essential workers pass night on roads
For the second time in two weeks, Lagos commuters last Monday and Tuesday had the misfortune of passing the night on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway as men of the Nigerian Police enforced curfew.
Modi masterplan means little to Indian migrant workers
Narendra Modi's grand announcement of a $265-billion rescue package for India is little comfort to Manish Verma, one of the millions left destitute and desperate 50 days
The agony of Colombia's quarantined sex workers
Ana Maria broke quarantine rules to make a "home visit," while Estefania left home to sell drugs. Survival has become a struggle for Colombia's sex workers during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown
NLC urges government, employers to protect Nigerian workers’ jobs
The Lagos State Council of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has appealed to government and employers in the state to do all within their capacity to protect the jobs of their workers.
Maritime workers deny planning industrial unrest
Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN), has dismissed an allegation against the union by some persons and groups to smear the leadership of the union, and create unrest in the sector.
VC faults attack on journalists, condemns protests by workers
Vice-chancellor, Federal University, Oye Ekiti (FUOYE), Prof. Kayode Soremekun has condemned the attack on journalists during a recent protest by some staff of the university.
Disengaged EKSU workers threaten legal action if not reabsorbed within 30 days
Some of the workers of the Ekiti State University (EKSU), Ado Ekiti, who were disengaged in December last year, have issued a 30-day ultimatum to the management of the institution
EKSU makes u-turn, reinstates 363 sacked workers
Management of Ekiti State University Ado Ekiti (EKSU) has reinstated 363 out of over 1,000 members of staff sacked in December last year.
Workers hail federal government’s payment of new minimum wage arrears
Civil servants have commended Federal Government for keeping to its promise to pay the arrears of the new minimum wage, which became effective in April 2019.
NSITF paid N825 million to injured workers in 2019
The Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF), said it spent about N825 million on compensation and rehabilitation of injured workers under its Employees Compensation Scheme (ECS) last year.
Zamfara government to arraign 108 workers over multiple salaries
The Zamfara Government says it will drag a total of 108 civil servants to court for allegedly receiving double salary in different ministries, departments and agencies
Imo retires 314 workers over age falsification
16 Nov 2019
Imo State government has forcefully retired 314 workers for allegedly falsifying their ages. Chairman, Imo State Universal Basic Education Board (IMSUBEB), Prof. Obioma Iheduru, disclosed this to newsmen in Owerri, yesterday.