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Why we suspended our strike for one month – varsity unions

The non-teaching staff of Nigerian universities have provided reasons for suspending their strike for one month.

NASU, SSANU, NAAT suspend strike

The non-teaching staff of Nigerian universities have suspended their strike.

Strike: Fed govt, varsity staff reach new agreement

Non-teaching staff of Nigerian Universities and the federal government signed a new agreement with a view to ending their two weeks old strike embarked upon to press for the implementation of their demands.

Fed govt pledges to end industrial actions

The Federal Government has pledged to work to settle the grievances of workers and fulfill agreements reached in order to make strikes a thing of the past.

Fed govt approves N45bn entitlements of defunct Nigeria Airways workers

The Federal Government has expressed regret over the reported deaths of some workers of the defunct Nigeria Airways occasioned by the delay in the payment of their entitlements.

ULC calls off strike, settles for negotiation

The United Labour Congress has called off its three-day-old strike following a meeting with the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, in Abuja on Wednesday.

Fed govt to pay defunct Nigeria Airways staff N45bn compensation

The Federal Government has expressed regret over the reported deaths of some workers of the defunct Nigerian Airways occasioned by the delay in the payment of their entitlements.

United Labour Congress suspends strike

The United Labour Congress, ULC, has suspended the ongoing strike it recently embarked upon.

Striking workers disrupt power firms’ operations as NUPENG shuns minister

Striking workers under the aegis of the United Labour Congress of Nigeria on Tuesday disrupted the operations of some power distribution companies, as part of measures to make the industrial action effective.

DSS meets ULC leaders over nationwide strike

Among the leaders of ULC, at the meeting said to have commenced a few minutes to 3 pm were its General Secretary, Didi Adodo, leader of the delegation, Deputy President of ULC, Achese Igwe, and three others.

Why we agreed to suspend strike – ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday suspended its one month, six days strike.

ASUU accepts fed govt’s proposal

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has accepted the proposal of government but asked to be given until Tuesday for words on ending their strike.

Fed govt to meet with NUPENG over strike

The Federal Government says it will meet with the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Work, (NUPENG) on Tuesday toward apprehending the ongoing industrial action embarked by the union.

Strike: Fed govt, ASUU resume talks in Abuja

The Federal Government has begun a meeting in Abuja with representatives of the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.

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