Strike: All sectors will remain shut as workers protest -Labour

Minimum wage: Labour mobilises for indefinite strike

The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, and other labour unions are already mobilizing ahead of November 6 when they plan to commence an indefinite strike. The action will be in protest of the refusal of the…

Don’t break up Nigeria, Buhari warns politicians

Don’t break up Nigeria, Buhari warns politicians

President Muhammadu Buhari has warned Nigerians, particularly, political actors, against acts capable of causing disintegration of the country. He said there would be no country to lead if the country was disintegrated. Buhari gave the…

Osun: Assembly passes Social Protection Bill 2018

Osun: Assembly passes Health Insurance Bill

In its bid to ensure the people of Osun State have access  to quality and affordable healthcare services as well as protection against huge medical bills, the State House of Assembly has passed the State…

Osun guber: Supreme Court hears Adeleke, PDP’s appeal Monday

Exam fraud: Police arraign Adeleke for impersonation

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, candidate in the last governorship election in Osun State, Ademola Adeleke, has been arraigned for impersonation by the police. The four-count charge against him border on alleged examination fraud. He…

Court summons AGF, EFCC over ex-Gov Yari’s property

New minimum wage: Why we agreed on N22,500…

Governors of the 36 states of the federation rose from an emergency meeting it held over the new minimum wage on Tuesday, announcing that it could only pay the sum of N22,500. This amount is…

Plateau: Fresh violence claims five lives, two injured

How MAUTECH professor was kidnapped -Registrar

The Registrar of Modibbo Adama University of Technology, MAUTECH, Halima Muhammad, on Tuesday revealed how Professor Allan Kadams was kidnapped on Monday. Speaking to journalists on Tuesday in Yola, Muhammad said the kidnappers invaded the…