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Labour retreats to strike another day

Ordinary Nigerians, who had already braced up for consequences of a showdown between organised labour and the Federal Government over the hike in fuel pump price and electricity tariff, woke up on Monday to reports that the industrial action planned by labour to force the government to reverse the highly unpopular policies has need called off at the last minute.

TUC planned protest is ill-advised, uncalled for- Presidency

By Vincent UFUOMA THE presidency has reacted to the  planned protest by the Trade Union Congress (TUC), describing  as ill-advised. THE PUNCH reported last week that...

New minimum wage: Labour to expedite implementation in two weeks

SINCE the increase in the new minimum wage signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the federal government...


There is little investment in Nigeria’s automotive industry due to policy somersault -Managing partner, Transtech

IN 2013, Nigeria unveiled the National Automotive Policy with a view to boosting local vehicle assembly and making the...

Kaka: Merchant of massacre

By: Banjo DAMILOLA Lekki Toll Gate became the epicentre of #EndSARS protest-related violence, but it was not the only place...

Two soldiers killed in gun battle with ISWAP terrorists in Borno

NO fewer than two soldiers have been killed during a gun battle with the Islamic State West Africa Province...

Banditry: Things are falling apart, the centre is not holding

By: Prof. Usman YUSUF A large swath of Northern Nigeria is now at the mercy of marauding bandits. From Adamawa...

Nigerians seek lasting solutions to education crisis at NAS event

CONCERNED Nigerians across the country meeting on Saturday in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, have again sought quick, but...
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