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Labour Veterans Express Disappointment With Conduct Of Recent Strike

 …Say Shutting Down Of National Grid By Labour Amounts To Treason ABUJA – A group known as Labour Veter­ans and Trade Unionists/Assem­bly has expressed strong dissatis­faction with how the leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) handled the recent strike. According to a statement is­sued on Friday by Comrade Isa

World Food Safety Day: Expand Access To Healthy Food, Prioritise Effective Food Policies, CAPPA Urges Govt

ABUJA – As the world marks 2024 World Food Safety Day on Friday, with the theme ‘Food safety: prepare for the unexpected,’ Cor­porate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) has urged governments at all levels to prioritise effective food policies, food security and access in the interest of public health. In a statement signed by

We’re Disappointed In You For Likening Our Strike To Treasonable Felony, Labour Replies SGF

 …Accuses Him If Paying Personal Workers Starvation Wage …Says SGF Disconnected From Present Economic Realities ABUJA  – The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has expressed disappoint­ment and strong condemnation on the recent comments credited to the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), George Akume regarding the nationwide strike embarked upon by the NLC and

David Ogudu’s 30 Years In The Lord’s Vineyard: Prophecy is Power of the Church

The late American folk mu­sic super star, John Den­ver, sang memorably in his Rocky Mountain High monster hit – “He was born in the summer of his 27th year, Coming home to a place he’d never been before, He left yesterday behind him, you might say he was born again”. Something like that happened to

Nigerian Newspapers: Top Stories For Today (08/06/24)

Read the full details on our digital edition when you join our WhatsApp Communities here. Here are the major headlines for today: Rising Cost Of Medication: We Are Dying, Nigerians Groan… Give Indigenous Health Research, Development Priority — Prof. Emeje… Set Up Intervention Development Fund In Health Sector, Dr. Enabulele Tells FG… Integrate Indigenous Medical

Kumuyi At 83: Beyond The Preacher’s Cassock

There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe nor polite, not pop­ular, but he must take it because conscience tells him he is right.—Mar­tin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) American churchman and civil liberties defender. In his book, An Outline of the His­tory of the World, Herbert Abraham Davies relates

The Resurgence Of Veteran Nigerian Musicians

The Nigerian music industry is experienc­ing an unprecedented boom, with music production quality at an all-time high. Intense competition ensures that only the best ar­tistes survive, leaving no room for mediocrity. This thriving environment, bolstered by substantial financial invest­ments, has sparked a resur­gence of interest from veteran artistes, often referred to as OGs. Artistes like

Governors Reject N60,000 Minimum Wage, Insist It’s Not Sustainable

 …We’re Disappointed In You For Likening Our Strike To Treasonable Felony, Labour Replies SGF ABUJA – Amidst the imbroglio orchestrated by the debate for an accept­able minimum wage between the organised labour and the Federal Government, the 36 state governors under the aegis of Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF) on Friday reject­ed the N60,000 offered by

Tribunal Fines MultiChoice N150m Over Hike In Subscription Rate

 …We Disagree With CCPT Ruling, Says MultiChoice ABUJA  – A 3-man panel of the Com­petition and Consumer Protection Tribunal (CCPT), led by Thomas Okusu, on Friday, ordered Mul­tiChoice Nigeria to pay a fine of N150m for disobedience to a court order. MultiChoice Nigeria, the own­ers of DSTV and GOTV pay TV, was fired for willfully

Honour Bestowed On Soyinka Timely, Says Afenifere

 …Urges Govt To Inject His Humanism Philosophy Into Governance  The pan-Yoruba so­cio-cultural and so­cio-political organi­sation, Afenifere, has commended President Ahmed Bola Tinubu, GCON, for nam­ing the Arterial Road N20 in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, after the first African to win the Nobel Prize for Litera­ture, Professor Wole Soyinka, saying the honour has come at

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