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How we forced N300 minimum wage on Shagari govt

Pa Hassan Sunmonu smells labour.
Check this out: President, Public Works, Construction, Technical and General Workers’ Union (August 1974 – December 1977); President, Civil Service Technical Workers’ Union of Nigeria (December 1977 – February 1981); President, Nigeria Labour Congress (February 1978 – February 1984); Director of Industrial Relations, Civil Service Technical Workers’ Union of Nigeria (March 1984 – October 1986); Secretary-General, Organisation of African Trade Union Unity (OATUU) (October 1986 till date)
Deputy Presiding Officer, African Union Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC) (September 2008 – present); and for effect, Establishment and completion of Kwame Nkrumah Africa Labour College, Accra, Ghana, (December 2010).

Now, shall we call him a LABOURER?

He wouldn’t mind. Probably, for effective communications with workers, he speaks Yoruba, English, French, Italian and Fante.

Simple by nature, Sunmonu turned 70 last Friday.

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Power: Nigeria spends US$13bn on diesel plants annually- Akano

FOR Tim Akano, Vice Chairman of Greenworldwater Africa, an indigenous firm with international affiliations concerned with investments in the power sector, the power situation in the country is a national embarrassment that Government alone can not resolve. This is borne out of his believe that investors and businessmen in the country should divest to the moribund sector in order to bring about the much needed change.

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Roses Ministry was founded to show God’s love to hurting soul, says Mrs Regina Ezenwa

A Fellow of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, Mrs.Regina Ezenwa’s unflinching love for the emotionally-wounded knows no bound. Hence, upon receiving a green-light signal from God, she founded the Roses Ministry, a faith-based non-governmental organization that has since 2007 brought solace to many lives. The MD/CEO of Rozec Pharmacy in Lagos, Mrs.Ezenwa, recently shared with Vista Woman the activities of the Roses Ministry.

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South-West politics, Tinubu & the dangers ahead, by Ayo Adebanjo

Ayo Adebanjo could be described as a strange man. At 82, he still engages in an hour of road walk everyday. In fact, last week, when Sunday Vanguard went after him in his Ijebu-Ogbo area of Ogun State, he was away on road walk. Looking like a sixty-something year old, one thing you concede to Pa Adebanjo is his unflinching belief that the Awolowo way of politicking is still the best way to go.

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Confessions of ‘General’ John Togo

General” John Togo, a secondary school dropout, regarded by many as a sea pirate and armed robber, is the leader of the Niger-Delta Liberation Force, NDLF, an armed group in Delta State, which surfaced, last month, barely 48 hours after the Ministry of Defence directed the Joint Task Force, JTF, on the Niger-Delta, headed by Major-General Charles Omoregie, to wipe out all new militant camps in the region, claiming that it was short-changed in the post–amnesty programme by the Federal Government

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