Nigeria

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Trade Union Congress of Nigeria

National Headquarters,
(Express House)
338, Ikorodu Road, Idiroko B/stop
Maryland, Lagos 23401
Nigeria
 
Abuja Liaison Office:
11, Moses Majekodunmi Street
Beside Golden Astoria Hotel
Near Edo Line Park, Utako
Abuja - Nigeria
 
Email:
sescan2000@yahoo.com
admin@tucng.org
 
Tel:
+234-1-7369896
+2347091042259
+2348068016427
+2348033743535
+2347065176686

Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)

Nigeria Labour Congress Headquarters
Plot 829/821, Labour House,
Central Business District,
Abuja - Nigeria.
Telephone:
+ 234-9-6276042, Fax: +234-9-6274342
 
LAGOS OFFICE:
29, Olajuwon Street, off Ojulegba Road.
P.O. Box 620, Yaba, Lagos - Nigeria.
Telephone:
234-1-7743988, +234-1-5840288
Fax: 234-1-5840288
 
Email:info@nlcng.org

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07/06/2019

NLC / Press Statement: Re-open AIT and Haypower NOW

We are disturbed by the sudden suspension of the broadcast licences of the DAAR Communications broadcast services, African lndependent Television fAITJ and Raypower radio .
7 June 2019 Abuja, NIGERIA Keywords : Declarations; Human and trade union rights; Nigeria; Peace And Security;
01/02/2019

Press Statement Released at the NLC’s Organized Protest to the Zimbabwean High Commission

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has followed with absolute shock and a sense of outrage the ugly incidents that have trailed the mass protests in Zimbabwe. The protests were occasioned by the sudden increase in pump prices of petroleum products by the government of (...)
1 February 2019 Abuja, NIGERIA Keywords : Zimbabwe; Human and trade union rights; Protest letters ; Nigeria;
27/01/2019

MESSSAGE OF SUPPORT to the NLC: FORWARD WITH THE STRUGGLE FOR NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE

ITUC-Africa has followed the protracted campaign for a new national minimum wage for Nigerian workers. We rejoice with the NLC and Nigerian workers that after several delays and hiccups on the part of the Executive arm of government, a Bill for the promulgation of a new national minimum wage (...)
27 January 2019 Lome, TOGO Keywords : Activities; ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS - “STOP THE BLEEDING” ; Human and trade union rights; Solidarity Letters; Nigeria; Extending Social Protection ;
04/12/2018

NLC PRESS RELEASE: WE ARE WORKERS NOT SLAVES

A Press Statement Issued by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) in the Wake of Renewed Onslaught Against Organized Labour Through the “No Work… No Pay” Directive by the Federal Government of Nigeria
04 December 2018 Abuja, NIGERIA Keywords : Declarations; Human and trade union rights; Nigeria;
27/11/2018

NLC has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to take urgent steps to address the issue on the new national minimum wage

The Nigeria Labour Congress urged Nigeria president, Muhammadu Buhari to forward an executive bill to the National Assembly to legalise the recommendation of the tripartite committee. The NLC president dismissed claims that the implementation of the new national minimum wage would lead to (...)
25 November 2018 Abuja , Nigeria Keywords : Nigeria; Peace And Security;

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07/06/2019

NLC / Press Statement: Re-open AIT and Haypower NOW

We are disturbed by the sudden suspension of the broadcast licences of the DAAR Communications broadcast services, African lndependent Television fAITJ and Raypower radio .
7 June 2019 Abuja, NIGERIA
Keywords : Declarations Human and trade union rights Nigeria Peace And Security
01/02/2019

Press Statement Released at the NLC’s Organized Protest to the Zimbabwean High Commission

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has followed with absolute shock and a sense of outrage the ugly incidents that have trailed the mass protests in Zimbabwe. The protests were occasioned by the sudden increase in pump prices of petroleum products by the government of (...)
1 February 2019 Abuja, NIGERIA
Keywords : Zimbabwe Human and trade union rights Protest letters Nigeria
27/01/2019

MESSSAGE OF SUPPORT to the NLC: FORWARD WITH THE STRUGGLE FOR NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE

ITUC-Africa has followed the protracted campaign for a new national minimum wage for Nigerian workers. We rejoice with the NLC and Nigerian workers that after several delays and hiccups on the part of the Executive arm of government, a Bill for the promulgation of a new national minimum wage (...)
27 January 2019 Lome, TOGO
Keywords : Activities ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS - “STOP THE BLEEDING” Human and trade union rights Solidarity Letters Nigeria Extending Social Protection
04/12/2018

NLC PRESS RELEASE: WE ARE WORKERS NOT SLAVES

A Press Statement Issued by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) in the Wake of Renewed Onslaught Against Organized Labour Through the “No Work… No Pay” Directive by the Federal Government of Nigeria
04 December 2018 Abuja, NIGERIA
Keywords : Declarations Human and trade union rights Nigeria
27/11/2018

NLC has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to take urgent steps to address the issue on the new national minimum wage

The Nigeria Labour Congress urged Nigeria president, Muhammadu Buhari to forward an executive bill to the National Assembly to legalise the recommendation of the tripartite committee. The NLC president dismissed claims that the implementation of the new national minimum wage would lead to (...)
25 November 2018 Abuja , Nigeria
Keywords : Nigeria Peace And Security
27/10/2018

COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF AN EMERGENCY MEETI NG OF THE NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (NECJ OF THE NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS (NLCJ HELD ON TUESDAY 23rd OCTOBER, 2018 AT THE PASCAL BAFYAU LABOUR HOUSE

The NEC-in-session received the report on the conclusion of the sittings of the Tripartite National Minimum Wage Negotiating Committee that took place on October 4 & 5, 20 18. NEC took note that the Tripartite National Minimum Wage Negotiating Committee arrived at N30,000 as the figure to (...)
23 OCTOBER, 2018 Abuja, NIGERIA
Keywords : Human and trade union rights Nigeria Extending Social Protection Communique
25/10/2018

STUDY on AFRICA LABOUR MIGRATION TO THE GCC STATES: THE CASE OF GHANA, KENYA, NIGERIA AND UGANDA

PREFACE: Migration is part and parcel of human existence. It is a historical human phenomenon and will continue to be part of human practice across societies, ages and cultures. It cannot be stopped, but certainly can be better managed to contribute to and accelerate development. African trade (...)
Keywords : Activities Books Technical document Human and trade union rights Nigeria Uganda Reports Ghana Kenya Migration
22/09/2018

PRESS STATEMENT: NLC CONDEMNS THE KILLING AND ABDUCTION OF HEALTH WORKERS BY SUSPECTED INSURGENTS

The leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) expresses utmost outrage at the recent killing and abduction of health workers by criminals suspected to be insurgents. This is the umpteenth time that such killings and abductions are taking place especially in North East, Nigeria. The NLC (...)
18 September 2018 Abuja, NIGERIA
Keywords : Declarations Human and trade union rights Nigeria Peace And Security
17/09/2018

NLC Press Statement : We Have Been Vindicated

We at the Nigeria Labour Congress hereby urge MTN Nigeria to comply without further delay the directive of the Federal Government to it to pay $2 billion in tax arrears as well as the $8.13 billion it was said to have illegally repatriated to South Africa over which four indigenous banks have (...)
Keywords : Declarations Nigeria
13/09/2018

NLC Press Statement : Lafiya Gas Explosion - Avoidable Tragedy

The Nigeria Labour Congress wishes to sympathise with the government and people of Nasarawa State and victims of gas explosion in Lafia, Nasarawa State which claimed scores of lives and destroyed properties worth fortunes.
11 Sep 2018 Abuja, NIGERIA
Keywords : Declarations Human and trade union rights Nigeria

ITUC AFRICA

Climate change impacts on the African continent are visibly disturbing, as it begins to manifest one crisis after another. The Africa we want is crying for policy and climatic space to transform its economies, livelihoods and societies for the benefit of current and future generations. The (...)