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Court stops NLC and TUC from embarking on a strike over fuel and electricity hike

The National Industrial Court today September 24, issued an interim injunction restraining members of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) from embarking on any strike or stoppage of work from Monday, September 28 2020. The organized labor had proposed to go on an indefinite strike beginning from Monday next week to demand the immediate reversal…

Meet 86-year-old man who hawks camphor balls in Edo; says he makes N6000 every two weeks

An 86-year-old man identified as Elder Okoro hawks mothballs popularly called (camphor ball) in Benin, Edo State.  Speaking to a Facebook user Kola Edokpayi, on Friday September 18, the octogenerian said he makes the sum of #6,000 fortnighly from the sale.  “Elder Okoro, 86 years old man happily hawking mothballs popularly called (camphor ball) in Benin. According to…

OYO state Government partners with Ministry of Youth & Sports to presents A Day Training for Youths in Ibarapa Zone

Oyo State Government through the Ministry of Youth and Sports organises A Day Training for Youths in Ibarapa ZoneEarly this year, the Nigerian Export Promotion Council held a stakeholders meeting in Abuja where States were encouraged to key into the new idea of introducing the Youth to Non-Oil Export Business, promote the initiative and replicate…

Niger now exports fuel to Nigeria

Niger Republic, a country that started commercial oil production in 2011, now exports petroleum products to Nigeria. For decades, Nigeria’s three major refineries have been grounded to near-zero capacity utilisation with all of its refined fuel imported from other countries. According to Guardian, data obtained from the African Refiners & Distributors Association (ARA) revealed that strong…

London financial district asks if it should remove statues linked to slavery in response to the Black Lives Matter movement

The governing body in charge of London’s financial district is openly asking for opinions to help make decisions in bringing down statues and other landmarks with historic links to slavery and racism, as part of its response to the Black Lives Matter movement. The City of London Corporation which runs the area that is home to…

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