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Labour tackles Kogi police commissioner, petitions IGP

WHAT could have made a Police commissioner who allegedly commended a group for its peaceful conduct, interacted with it, and above all, praised it for its constitutional behaviour, to suddenly after a private “meeting” with the another group, turneround and declare leaders of former wanted for alleged criminal conspiracy, theft, attempt to commit culpable homicide, mischief and inciting disturbance?

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Civil servants lament state of the nation

LEADERS of Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN), met a few days ago in Lagos, to review the state of the nation. Under the umbrella of its National Executive Council (NEC), among others, leaders of ASCSN appraised the socio-economic and political situations in the country and concluded that the nation is retrogressing.

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NASU bemoans state of nation’s primary, post primary schools

A few days ago, leaders of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) in the nation’s schools and colleges met at the Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH), Lagos, to examine the state of education in the country especially in the school and colleges as well as welfare of members. For NASU leaders, primary and post primary schools are the most neglected both in infrastructure and welfare of staff.

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NPC moves to institutionalise productivity culture with PAC

By Funmi Komolafe &  Victor Ahiuma-Young SINCE the establishment of the National Productivity Centre (NPC), in 1987, with the mandate to stimulate productivity consciousness in all sectors of Nigerian economy, with the aim of  generating  visible improvement in the quantity and quality of services rendered and goods produced, the centre has been trying its best
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We remain united in our opposition to deregulation – NLC president

For almost a decade , the Nigeria Labour Congress and the federal government have been at logger heads over an issue; deregulation. Is it time for both to resolve their differences? Who pays the price? Is there a division within the labour movement as reported by some dailies? These are the issues that Labour Vanguard got the president of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Comrade Abdulwaheed Ibrahim Omar to speak on.

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