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Casualisation, expressway to modern day slavery

Section 7 (1) of the Labour Act, Cap 198, Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1990, among others, provides that, “Not later than three months after the beginning of a worker’s period of employment with an employer, the employer shall give to the worker a written statement specifying the terms and conditions of employment, which include the nature of the employment and if the contract is for a fixed term, the date when the contract expires.

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Former Governor of Ogun State, Senator Ibikunle Amosun

How Amosun bowed to Labour power

Story by Victor Ahiuma-Young DESPITE receiving billions in bailout funds, Ogun State Government continues to owe its workers arrears of salaries. Mostly affected are workers of the Tai Solarin College of Education who have been owed arrears of salaries and pension for close to a decade.” We must rescue Ogun workers from Amosun — NLC
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NLC, Wabba

NLC gives voice to the voiceless, says Wabba

THE 12th Quadrennial National Delegates Conference of Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC that took place in Abuja, with the theme “Towards a Decade of Activism for the Promotion of Labour Unity, National Re-birth and Development”, will for some time to come continue to dominate the discourse in the Labour circle for several reasons.

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