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NEMA resolves workers’ issues, ends strike

The Management of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on Friday resolved its labour issues with members of the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria, NEMA unit, ending its three-day warning strike immediately.

NEMA staff shut down headquarters, demand DG’s removal

Protesting staff of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), on Thursday, shut down the headquarters of the agency in Abuja.

ASCSN to shut down NEMA operations nationwide

The Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria has said it would embark on a three-day warning strike to shut down operations in all offices of the National Emergency Management Agency.

ASCSN shelves proposed strike over promotion arrears

The Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) has resolved to temporarily put off its strike to enable the Federal Government commence the payment of promotion arrears owed civil servants.

Strike: NEMA can’t pay N665m claims now – DG

The Director General, National Emergency Management Agency, Mustapha Maihaja, has said that he will not pay the N665m claims of workers without verification.

Fed govt begins payment of workers’ N23bn salary, promotion arrears

The Federal Government has commenced the payment of about N23bn promotion arrears and salary shortfall to civil servants.

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Police after me for refusing to transfer $10m – Ecobank chief Charles Kie

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Turkey’s Tayyip Erdogan calls on developing countries to trade in local currencies

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Babatunde Fashola calls for support to end Apapa gridlock, port congestions

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Justice Ayo Emmanuel refuses to disqualify self in alleged N400m fraud

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President Jacob Zuma tells South Africans to stop killing of Nigerians

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