The first day of the nationwide strike action called by the Nigerian Labour Congress over the lingering national minimum wage issue was partly successful. Congress president Ayuba Wabba had said strike action would be total across the country, but Premium Times correspondents said there was partial success in some places, and total compliance in others.
Labour Gives Condition for Ending Strike
Guardian, 28 September 2018
The warning strike declared by the organised labour was observed in part across the country yesterday. Labour is demanding N65,000 as a national minimum wage, up from the current… Read more »
Partial Success for Unions in First Day of Nationwide Strike
Premium Times, 27 September 2018
The first day of the nationwide strike action called by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) over the lingering national minimum wage issue recorded partial success in parts of the… Read more »
The deserted Oregun Senior Secondary School.
Accountant-General Says Labour Strike May Disrupt Salary Payment
Daily Trust, 28 September 2018
The Accountant-General of the Federation (AGF), Mr Ahmed Idris, has restated government's commitment to paying salaries of all workers on the Federal Government payroll. Read more »
Strike - Presidency, Labour Leaders in Crucial Talks At Aso Rock
Presidency on Thursday in Abuja summoned the leadership of the organised labour to an emergency meeting with a view to ending the ongoing nationwide industrial action. Read more »
Strike - Labour Cripples Govt., Banks, Schools' Operations in Lagos
Government offices, banks and public schools were on Thursday closed in Lagos as the organised labour began its strike over delay by federal government in concluding negotiation on… Read more »
Organized labour has resolved to commence its planned warning strike, as it accused the national government of failing to mention an amount for the new minimum wage for workers in ... Read more »
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