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Labour slams federal government over non-constitution of PenCom board

Nigeria’s organised labour has lashed out at the Federal Government for its inability to reconstitute the board of the National Pension Commission (PenCom) almost two years after it sacked the former management headed by Mrs. Chinelo Anohu-Amazu.

Why the Presidency should save PenCom from politics

There are also other instances, such as the recent removal of the former Director General — Ms Chinelo Anohu-Amazu — and the entire management of the National Pension Commission, where the rights of the Presidency to execute such orders are being contested.

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APC barred from submitting Delta list of candidates to INEC

A Federal High Court in Asaba, on Tuesday re-ordered maintenance of status quo ante belum in respect of the case between the Delta State All Progressive Congress (APC) factional groups.
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Flying Eagles to play Ghana, Benin in WAFU tourney

Nigeria’s Under-20 boys, Flying Eagles, will sweat it out with their counterparts from Ghana, Niger Republic and Benin Republic in Group B of the WAFU U20 Cup Tournament holding in Lome, capital of Togo between December 6th and 16th.

Abdulfatah Ahmed: Kwara bye-election should not be do or die

Kwara State Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed has cautioned that the bye-election in Oke Ero/Irepodun/Ekiti/Isin federal constituency of the state, this Saturday should not be made a do or die affair.

Samuel Ortom: Detaching from godfathers now enables me to pay salaries regularly

Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has said that since he detached himself from godfathers he has started paying salaries of state workers as and when due.

Minimum wage: Labour sets December deadline

Organized Labour has given the Federal Government December deadline to commence payment of the N30,000 new national minimum wage to Nigerian workers.