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Strike: Bayelsa traders urge govt to pay attention to workers’ demand

Traders in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa capital, have urged the three tiers of government to listen to workers’ demand over the new Minimum Wage for the betterment of the nation’s economy.

TUC calls for more affordable houses for workers

The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) Bayelsa chapter has called on the three tiers of government to provide more affordable houses for workers across the country.

TUC appeals to governors to support new minimum wage

The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), Bayelsa Chapter, has appealed to state governors and stakeholders to support efforts by the Federal Government to implement a new minimum wage.

Bayelsa government suspends, stops salaries of 3,403 staff

The Bayelsa state government has suspended and stopped the salaries of 3,403 workers in the ongoing public service reforms.

FAAC disbursement: Labour urges Bayelsa to source funds for November salary

The Trade Union Congress on Wednesday urged the Bayelsa State Government to seek alternative source of funds to pay November salaries, pending reconciliation of figures by Federation Account Allocation Committee for November.

We’re owing workers 5 months’ salaries, not 16 months – Bayelsa govt

The Bayelsa State Government on Thursday described the impression that it was owing workers between 10 and 16 months salary backlog as inaccurate.

Bayelsa govt denies owing 16 months salary arrears

The Bayelsa state government on Thursday described the impression that it was owing workers between 10 and 16 months salary backlog as inaccurate and insisted that outstanding obligation to its workforce was four-and-a-half months.

Paris Club refund: 68% of states heed FG’s advice – survey

Many states governments across the federation, have utilised the second tranche of the Paris Club refund they received to clear the arrears of their serving and retired workers’ entitlements.

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