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ASUU suspends Strike, give FG conditions

Anietie Udobit,Abuja   The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) in Nigeria has suspended its five weeks old strike on Monday, after reaching compromise with the federal Government. ASSU President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, ASUU had earlier who announced the suspension at a news conference in Abuja, said they decided to conditionally suspend the

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We are creating 7,500 jobs for Graduates and 5,000 for Non-graduates – FGN

Driven by the need to raise tax awareness among residents in Nigerian and consequently, government revenue, the Federal Government has unveiled plans to recruit 7,500 graduates and 5,000 non-graduates as Community Tax Liaison Officers across Nigeria. Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun together with Babatunde Fowler, Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service made

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Non-Academic staff of Nigerian Universities plan for Strike

    The three non-academic staff unions in the universities have said that failure of the Federal Government to address their agitations, along that of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), would lead to a declaration of industrial dispute. General Secretary of Non-Academic Staff of Universities and Associated Institutions (NASU), Peters Adeyemi,

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By Amara Okoroafor The National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers ( NUPENG ) has called off its five days old strike embarked upon after a row with personnel of Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC)  over the arrest of a tanker driver for allegedly being in possession of illegal petroleum product. The decision

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Restructuring: NLC, Sultan, Oshiomhole, Others Say Nigeria’s Unity Non-negotiable

By CHRIS EKEKE Prominent Nigerians, including the Sultan of Sokoto, Abubakar Sa'ad 111, former Edo State governor, Adams Oshiomhole, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and other prominent scholars yesterday in Abuja joined the ongoing debate on restructuring of the country, but insisted that the current structure of the country is not the problem. In his address, the

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