ASUU Strikes Paralyses Ekiti Varsities

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Union urges Nasarawa Govt To Enrol its Workers In Contributory Pension Scheme 2017-08-18 [The Post]

Ondo NULGE holds peaceful rally across state on Local Government autonomy 2017-08-18 [The Daily Post]

No Crisis At Ajaokuta Steel Firm – Workers 2017-08-18 [The Tide]

Nigeria not out of recession, union claims 2017-08-18 [The Nation]

Ondo Labour unions battle Akeredolu over offer on Paris Club refund 2017-08-18 [The Daily Post]

Over 300 staff shut down IMUTH over half salaries 2017-08-18 [Vanguard]

ASUU Strikes Paralyses Ekiti Varsities 2017-08-16 [Vanguard]

Bayelsa govt urges LG workers to end strike, pledges to clear salary arrears 2017-08-16 [The Post]

Sign On Now: Letter to Lagos Governor - Don't privatize public water! 2017-08-16 [PSI]

ASUP, others ground academic activities in Delta poly 2017-08-14 [Vanguard]

We don’t want caretaker chairmen, NULGE tells Dickson 2017-08-13 [Punch]

ASUU to declare indefinite strike over N880bn intervention fund, pension registration 2017-08-12 [Olisa.tv]

Congestion: Seaport workers issue APMT 14 days ultimatum 2017-08-10 [The Tribune]

Lagos Polytechnic workers deny suspension of strike 2017-08-10 [The Times]

Nigerian oil and gas unions fight against precarious work 2017-08-08 [IndustriALL]

NAAPE to ground operations over sack of 600 Aero Contractors’ workers 2017-08-07 [The Guardian]

Bayelsa NULGE asks govt to stop ongoing projects, pay salary arrears 2017-08-06 [Today]

Strike: Lagos orders Laspotech workers to return to work, sues staff unions 2017-08-05 [The Nation]

Maritime workers to confront shipping companies over MLC 2006 non-implementation 2017-08-04 [The Shipping News]

NUPENG threatens strike in Abuja over N3bn terminal benefit 2017-08-02 [Vanguard]

NUPENG may begin strike over unpaid terminal benefits of members 2017-08-01 [The Guardian]

Nigeria Scaling Up Boko Haram Fight, Seeking Abducted Oil Workers 2017-07-31 [VOA]

Oil Workers Threaten Strike Over Anti-Labour Practices 2017-07-31 [The Daily Trust]

Sex workers clamoring for legalization 2017-07-29 [Pulse]

De-criminalize sex work in Nigeria, sex workers urge FG 2017-07-29 [Vanguard News]

Oil Workers Threaten Strike in Abuja 2017-07-28 [The Times]

NUPENG workers threaten to embark on nationwide Strike 2017-07-28 [Information Nigeria]

Teachers kick as Kogi varsity bans ASUU 2017-07-27 [The Nation]

Ngige directs CAC workers to resume work tomorrow 2017-07-26 [The Guardian]

Medical health workers threaten strike in Kogi 2017-07-26 [The Tribune]

Construction Workers Tasks FG On Infratructure Dev 2017-07-24 [The Tide]

Governor Bello and KSU ASUU 2017-07-24 [The Daily Trust]

ASUU rejects Bello’s proscription 2017-07-23 [Business Day]

Strike: Niger Govt Agrees to Workers Demand 2017-07-23 [This Day]

Aviation union suspends picketing of NCAA 2017-07-20 [The Daily Trust]

Minimum wage committee to begin sitting 2017-07-20 [Vanguard]

Labour unions suspend indefinite strike in Nasarawa 2017-07-18 [The Daily Trust]

Unions Set To Picket NCAA On Wednesday Over Promotion Of Staff, Favoritism 2017-07-17 [Sahara Reporters]

No work, no pay, Nigerian College tells striking workers 2017-07-17 [The Times]

Ports of Chaos 2017-07-15 [The Shipping News]

LAUTECH: We’ll not return to work until Ajimobi, Aregbesola meet our demands — ASUU 2017-07-12 [Vanguard]

MAPOLY teachers lock down school over ‘imminent mass sack’ 2017-07-12 [The Times]

LAUTECH ASUU vows not to end strike 2017-07-12 [The Nation]

Maritime workers’ strike paralyses ports’ operations nationwide 2017-07-12 [The Guardian]

Maritime Workers Plan To Stage Nationwide Protest on Tuesday 2017-07-11 [Olisa]

Union seeks urgent review of National Minimum Wage to avert strike 2017-07-11 [Vanguard]

“Healing will come with justice, but Nigeria isn’t ready”: the Biafra War, 50 years on 2017-07-06 [Equal Times]

Labour suspends strike as Cross River government assures stakeholders of action on demand 2017-07-06 [The Guardian]

Unions reject secession 2017-07-05 [Solidarity Center]

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