Posts Tagged ‘Workers’

‘You Will Receive October Salaries This Week’ – FG Assures Workers

The Federal Government has provided some civil servants with explanations for the delay in paying the October 2020 salary; explaining further appropriate measures have been taken this week to resolve the set back. The disclosure was contained in a statement by the Federation ‘s Head of Civil Service, Dr. Folasade Yemi-Esan. According to her, the […]

Cross River: Rice Farmers Protest Unpaid Salaries

Youths working as rice farmers by the Cross River State Government numbering over 300 protested recently over non payment of three months owed salaries. They protested at the Ministry of Agriculture in Calabar. According to the workers, “We have been working at the state rice farm, adding that they would cease to continue except their […]

@officialPDPNig Workers Ask Bulkachuwa to Recuse Self

For the umpteenth time, the staff members of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday asked the President of Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa, who is also a member of the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal, to recuse herself from the tribunal. The staff, who protested at the party’s National Secretariat, Wadata House, Abuja, said they would […]
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Okorocha Set To Approve ‘Sleeping Allowance’ For Imo Workers

The governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, has announced automatic promotion for all workers in the state civil service, with the exception of those who are newly employed. He also promised that because of the fondness he had for the workers, he could also approve sleeping allowance for them. Okorocha announced the automatic promotion in […]

Governors and Banks Conniving to ‘Steal’ Workers’ Salaries – NLC

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has alleged that some state governors are still defaulting in payment of workers’ salaries despite the bailout funds recently provided by the Federal Government. Labour also alleged that some of the state governors might be conniving with commercial banks to perpetrate the non-payment of salaries under the guise that the […]