Minimum Wage: Tinubu, Labour Discussions Postponed to the next week

The minimum wage negotiations between President Bola Tinubu and Organised Labour were postponed till next week to provide more time for stakeholder participation. At around 2:00 pm, the leaders of organised labour, led by Festus Osifo, the President of the Trade Union Congress, and Joe Ajaero, the President of the Nigeria Labour Congress, arrived at…

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Reps Panel Probes Minister, Claims N1.5 billion Diversion

The House of Representatives Committee on Women Affairs and Social Development and the Minister of Women Affairs, Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye, avoided a near-physical altercation on Wednesday at the National Assembly Complex in Abuja. The minister pretended to address the controversy surrounding the purported diversion of N1.5 billion, which was intended for the payment of contractors by…

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Senate Promises to Implement the Budget for 2024

The National Assembly, according to the Senate, will make sure that every kobo spent in the N28.7 trillion 2024 Renewed Hope budget is tracked down. This was disclosed by Senate Spokesperson Yemi Adaramodu (APC, Ekiti-South) during her discussion on the monitoring and execution of the 2024 budget. The National Assembly’s N28.7tn appropriations bill was signed into…

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Protesters Call for El-Rufai’s Trail for Suspected N423 Billion Fraud

On Thursday, protesters descended upon the Kaduna State Government House, demanding that Governor Uba Sani extend an invitation to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and other pertinent law enforcement organizations to apprehend and prosecute Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, his predecessor, in light of the latter’s criminal indictment by the state House of Assembly. In a…

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FG Insists on N62,000 Salary Despite Objections from Labour

The Federal Government cannot allocate all of its resources to satisfy the N250,000 minimum wage demand, the Presidency stated on Sunday, citing the unsustainable nature of organized labor’s protest. Following an increase in proposals to N62,000 by the government and the Organized Private Sector, negotiations between the Federal Government and Organized Labour broke down on…

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Police request a review, reject the PSC’s recruitment list

Due to purported inconsistencies and corruption that tarnished the list of qualified applicants in the current 2022–2023 police constable recruitment, the Nigeria Police Force has rejected the Police Service Commission’s recruiting list. This comes after a barrage of grievances from stakeholders and rejected candidates regarding the vanishing identities of those who passed the screening process…

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