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ITUC seeks protection for migrant workers

The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has started a campaign on social protection for migrant workers. The launch of this campaign coincided with the International Migrants’ Day, marked December 18, 2009 .
Before then, the International Labour Organisation during its annual conference in 2004 adopted a “ Multilateral Framework on Labour Migration which is a part of a plan of action for migrant workers agreed by
ILO constituents”.

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Ex-Police Pension boss advises on early preparation for retirement

MISTER Esai Dangaba, recently, retired as Director of the Police Pensions Office(PPO), after over thirty years service to the nation in various capacities. The retired Director of PPO, who was born 58 years ago in Akko local government area of Gombe state, started his career as a teacher before joining the core civil service where he started as a deputy clerk of the Bauchi State House of Assembly in 1979 until he attained the position of a Director in 1997.

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Deregulation: I Weep for my country, says Esele

The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), a central labour organisation opposed to the deregulation of the downstream sector to , name and bring to book those who manipulated, abuse and illegally benefitted from the fuel import subsidy before embarking on its planned total deregulation of the downstream sector of the Petroleum industry. This story is an edited version of the TUC statement

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We are using Decent Jobs to tackle poverty …. Oshiomhole

…creates 6,780 jobs By Funmi Komolafe Comrade Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo state leaves on one in doubt that labour gave him all.    Oshiomhole played up his background  during his first anniversary   when he said “  I have three teachers; Comrade Hassan Sunmonu, Ali Chiroma and Abdulwaheed Omar.  My labour background cannot be divorced from
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