BILL TO CREATE ANOTHER SOUTH-EAST STATE PASSES SECOND READING IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE

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BILL TO CREATE ANOTHER SOUTH-EAST STATE PASSES SECOND READING IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE

The bill to create another state in the South-East region has passed a second reading in the House of Representatives. The bill seeks to create an ETITI state from the five South-Eastern states and was sponsored by ANAYO ONWUEGBU of Enugu StateAMOBI OGAH of Abia State, MIRIAM ONUOHA of Imo State, KAMA NKEMKAMA of Ebonyi State, and CHINWE NNABUIFE of Anambra. OGAH said the bill is meant to address the decades-long issue of regional parity and administrative efficiency in the South-East zoneand during plenary yesterday, the bill was passed for the next stage without […]

PRESIDENT TINUBU SAYS NIGERIAN WORKERS DESERVE IMPROVED WELFARE.

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PRESIDENT TINUBU SAYS NIGERIAN WORKERS DESERVE IMPROVED WELFARE.

President BOLA TINUBU says Nigerian workers deserve improved welfare, better wages, as well as safe and enhanced working conditions as the driving force of the nation. TINUBU while speaking with the leadership of the Nigeria Labor Congress NLC led by JOE AJAERO and that of the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria TUC led by FESTUS OSIFOyesterday in Abuja expressed his concern about the welfare of Nigerian workers and that his administration is prioritizing their concerns. He however called for realistic expectations as regards the minimum wage question, stating thatthey have […]

PRESIDENT TINUBU TO MEET WITHORGANIZED LABOR ON NEW MINIMUM WAGE.

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PRESIDENT TINUBU TO MEET WITHORGANIZED LABOR ON NEW MINIMUM WAGE.

President BOLA TINUBU will today meet with the Organized Labor in Abuja to further discussions on a new minimum wage for workers in Nigeria after he invited the leadership of the Nigeria Labor Congress and Trade Union Congress to the meeting expected to be held at the Aso Villa. The President is expected to make a decision on the 62,000 Naira proposal of the government and private sector side; as well as the 250,000Naira demand of Organized Labor. This is coming about a month after the President said in his Democracy Day […]

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