NAN workers ask for better working conditions
Salaries, wages commission has never rendered financial account in 28 years, Reps declare
Bleak Xmas in Benue as court’s order hinders govt from paying salaries
Niger state workers embark on indefinite strike
428 agencies can’t pay November salaries — FG
FG explains delay in payment of October salaries
428 federal ministries, depts, agencies can’t pay salaries
School owners at war with parents, teachers over fees, salaries
Resident doctors’ strike to embarrass Ondo government ― CMD
Don’t travel abroad if you’ve not paid salaries, Nnamdi Kanu warns Governors
Ogun spends N10.6 bn on salaries of secondary school workers in 6 months
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FEC okays N3.4trn promissory note to offset local debts, salaries
THE Federal Executive Council, FEC, yesterday, approved the establishment of a Promissory Note Programme worth N3.4trillion for the settlement of inherited local debts and contractual obligations of the Federal Government.
Protest rocks UNN as staff occupy VC’s office, demand Feb. Salary, others
The Joint Action Committee of non-teaching staff trade union, University of Nigeria, Nsukka chapter, which comprise of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU, the Non-Academic Staff Union, NASU, and the National Association of Academic Technologists, NAAT, have, Thursday, 14th MARCH, 2019, staged a massive protest in the university, demanding the payment of their February salaries and other arrears.
Absenteeism: Ebonyi Deputy Governor orders forfeiture of office holders’ January salaries
The Ebonyi Deputy Governor, Dr Kelechi Igwe, has ordered that some political officers from Ikwo, his home Local Government Area (LGA) forfeit their January salaries over absenteeism
Don’t re-elect govs that can’t pay salaries, Buhari tells Nigerians
President Muhammadu Buhari has called on Nigerians not to re-elect governors who failed in their first terms, especially those who cannot pay civil servants salaries even after collecting bailouts from the federal government.
Salaries, wages growing at lowest level since 2008 — ILO
Salaries are still far too low in the developing world with take-home pay growth overall at its lowest since 2008, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has said.
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