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You owe Kogi workers 39-month salary arrears – labour tells governor

The organised labour in Kogi state, on Wednesday, told Yahaya Bello, the state governor, that his administration owed workers up to 39-month salary arrears.
The National Union of Textile Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria held a peaceful protest in Lagos on Tuesday to mark the 40th anniversary of the organisation.

NLC: Workers will determine next Kogi’s governor

The Organised Labour in Kogi on Wednesday said that workers would determine the next governor of the state come November 2.

Kogi government commences payment of four months’ salaries to workers

Kogi State Government on Tuesday commenced table payment of all its workers in ministries, departments and agencies as part of efforts to weed out ghost workers from the payroll.

Council workers laud Kogi government over salaries

Local government workers in Kogi State on Sunday lauded the state government for its decision to increase their monthly percentage salary from 30 per cent to 54 per cent.

Strike: Kogi labour orders closure of private, public offices in 21 LGs

The organised labour in Kogi has directed workers in the private and public sectors to embark on a seven-day strike with effect from September 27.

Kogi local council workers now to receive 54% of salary

Local Government workers in Kogi State have applauded the state government for its decision to increase their monthly percentage salary from 30 per cent to 54 per cent with effect from this month.

Kogi to pay one out of 22 months salary arrears

The organized Labour in Kogi State has suspended its seven week-old strike following government’s promise to pay workers one month salary out of the 22 months arrears being owed them.

Organised labour suspends strike in Kogi

The strike action embarked upon by the organised labour (Kogi chapter) to press home their demands has been suspended with effect from today, 10th of November, 2017

NLC urges Kogi workers not to consider suicide

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Sunday appealed to workers in Kogi State not to see suicide as a way out of the current hardship imposed on them as a result of non-payment of their salaries.

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Man dragged to court over late father’s property documents

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Federal government to sign MoU on Ajaokuta Steel in January

The Federal Government has promised to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) by January 2020, with a Russian company for the resuscitation of the multi-billion naira Ajaokuta Steel Rolling Mills, located in Kogi State.

Moody’s downgrades Nigeria over huge debt

As the Federal Government is seeking the approval of the National Assembly to borrow about $30billion, the global financial ratings company, Moody’s Investors Service, has attributed its downgrade of the country’s rating to negative from stable as a result of the nation’s bloating debt profile.