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Federal government extends verification exercise of Nigeria Airways ex-workers

The federal government has extended the ongoing verification exercise of Nigeria Airways Limited former workers and assured that the exercise will not end until everybody is captured.

Nigeria Airways pensioners set for fresh verification

Ex-workers of the defunct Nigeria Airways Limited are getting set for a fresh verification following the Federal Government’s approval of N22.6 billion for the payment of their entitlements.
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Muhammadu Buhari approves N20 billion for ASUU to revitalise public Universities

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday approved the immediate release of N20billion so that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASSU) can revitalise public universities.

Aviation union gives federal government seven day ultimatum

As part of activities marking workers day, the Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria ( ATSSSAN ) Tuesday gave government a seven day ultimatum to pay the N45 billion severance benefits of former workers of Nigeria Airways Limited.

Minister: Nigeria Airways’ ex-workers’ll get N45 billion severance after Easter

The N45bn severance package of former workers of the defunct Nigeria Airways Limited will be paid after the Easter holiday as soon as the Senate resumes sitting and approves the fund, the Federal Government has said.

Ex-Nigeria Airways staff protest non-payment of N45bn pensions in Lagos

The protest march by the former Nigerian workers started from the premises of the Skypower Catering Service Limited located with the airport with hundreds of members carrying various placards lamenting their poor treatment by the Nigerian government.

Nigeria loses over $6.4 billion annually to non-reciprocity of BASA

Aviation industry experts have projected that the federal government is losing over $6.4 billion annually from non-payment of royalty by foreign carriers.

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FEC: No-work, no-pay to apply during strike

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Nigeria, Botswana sign agreement on cultural affairs, diplomatic relations

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Akwa Ibom church leaders back Udom Emmanuel’s re-election bid

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