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Mercy Johnson celebrates son Henry as he marks his 5th birthday

Mercy Johnson's son Henry Okojie is five today and the mother celebrated him by gushing about him on Instagram. She shared photos and a video of Henry posing with his birthday cakes and wrote: And I have a 5yr old Son…..i cant contain myself……..Thank you lord…..Happy birthday […]

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Please disregard NLC’s call for protest on Monday – Chris Ngige tells Nigerian workers

Please disregard NLC’s call for protest on Monday – Chris Ngige tells Nigerian workers



 Please disregard NLCs call for protest on Monday - ChrisNgige tells NigerianworkersMinister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, has asked workers to disregard the call by Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) for a one- day national protest on Monday.   Ngige made the call in a statement issued by his Special Assistant on Media, Nwachukwu Obidewe in Abuja today saying the directive by the NLC President, Ayuba Waba, that workers protest on Monday, May 13, 2019, was unlawful.  “The calling out of workers on a flimsy and selfish excuse of non-inauguration of the board of the Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) with Comrade Frank Kokori as the Chairman did not constitute a trade dispute as contained in the Labour Act. The issue in question is political. It is about the exclusive right of the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to make an appointment.This is clearly outside the purview of the Trade Union and Trade Disputes Act, hence imperative for workers to go about their normal businesses. It is important to state here that every worker is supposed to put in eight hours of work per day for five days in a week in line with the ILO Convention. Therefore, using the office hours for such protest without the approval of the employers is unlawful, ‘’the minister said.He added that the 40 hours a week which the Nigerian workers subscribed to should be used for productive ventures, especially in view of the new National Minimum Wage and the consequential financial adjustments. The minister said that the directive by the NLC to workers to attack him and his family members anywhere they were sighted was a criminal offence.   Ngige said he was already taking necessary legal action regarding the labour leader’s threat. He stressed that the minister remained the competent authority in all issues concerning labour in Nigeria. Ngige added that this included external relations in line with the ILO Convention and pointed out that that internationalising what was clearly the exclusive right of the president on political appointment was unpatriotic.   The minister and labour leaders have been quarrelling over the appointment of Kokori, a labour leader, as Chairman of NSITF board. While labour insists that Kokori must chair the board based on an earlier announcement, the minister thinks otherwise.  The disagreement caused labour leaders to invade the residence of the minister on Wednesday.The post Please disregard NLCs call for protest on Monday – ChrisNgige tells Nigerianworkers appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.



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Mercy Johnson celebrates son Henry as he marks his 5th birthday

Mercy Johnson's son Henry Okojie is five today and the mother celebrated him by gushing about him on Instagram. She shared photos and a video of Henry posing with his birthday cakes and wrote: And I have a 5yr old Son…..i cant contain myself……..Thank you lord…..Happy birthday […]