Speaking with labour correspondents in Lagos, the President of the ULC, Joe Ajaero, said that restructuring would bring about creation of security outlets by various to end the wanton killings in the country.
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On May 30, Ngige announced that the new National Minimum Wage would not be paid to workers by the end of September, contrary to a previous announcement by the Federal Government.
The president of ULC, Joe Ajaero, who fielded questions from journalists on Tuesday in Lagos, called for the immediate withdrawal of the Act.
The News Agency of Nigeria gathered from other officials of the union, who spoke on condition of anonymity, that some armed policemen stormed the National Secretariat of NUBIFIE and arrested three officials of the union
Ajaero issued the warning during a protest against airport concession organised by the leadership of the ULC and members of the Association of Nigerian Aviation Professionals at the Murtala Mohammed Airport, Lagos.
Joe Ajaero, the ULC President, said this at a conciliatory meeting called at the instance of the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, with other affiliates of the proposed association on Wednesday in Abuja
The demolition of the market was ordered by the Imo State Government under the leadership of Governor Rochas Okorocha
Joe Ajaero, the President, United Labour Congress, said this at the pre-2017 May Day seminar organised by ULC in Lagos
The two unions are laying claim to check-off dues of its members in the company
Joe Ajaero, the President of the ULC, told journalists after its Central Working Committee meeting in Lagos that AMCON would not lay off workers in Arik Air without settling them
NAN recalls that a new central labour union, the United Labour Congress, was recently formed in Lagos when no fewer than 25 industrial unions elected Joe Ajaero as President of the ULC
Wabba spoke in reaction to the formation by some labour leaders of a parallel body known as the United Labour Congress.
Promoters of the ULC, who announced their plans in Lagos on Saturday, elected an executive with Joe Ajaero, the General Secretary of the National Union of Electricity Employees, as President
The new labour centre emerged after a two-year internal crisis that split the Nigeria Labour Congress
According to the NLC factional leader, the ability to pay the proposed new wage is the purpose of any minimum wage agreement, stressing that no labour leader will sign an agreement that is not realistic
He said the decision was taken at the National Executive Council meeting of the TUC
Babachir Lawal, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, gave the commendation in Abuja at a news conference early on Wednesday after a meeting called with a view to avert the proposed strike
The faction, led by Ayuba Wabba, marched from its office in the Central District of Abuja to the Federal Secretariat
While the faction led by Ayuba Wabba and backed by the Trade Union Congress has said it will go ahead with the strike, the one led by Joe Ajaero, which has the support of the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria and the National Union of Electricity Employees, on Tuesday dropped the idea
NAN gathered on Friday in Lagos that the committee, headed by aced labour leader, Hassan Summonu, failed to reach an agreeable resolution to end the crisis
Joe Ajearo, the General Secretary of the union, made the call during a protest by the workers on Thursday in Abuja.
Ajaero said the planned liquidation must not take place without settling outstanding major labour issues in the sector