Fuel & Electricity Tariff Hike: Textile Union Joins Strike


The National Union of Textile Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria (NUTGTWN) has directed its members across the country to join the indefinite strike action as directed by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) with effect from Monday September 28, 2020.

In a circular dated September 25, 2020 addressed to all textile employers, copy which was made available to the media, the Union’s National President, Comrade John Adaji and Ag. General Secretary, Comrade Ali Baba formally informed their members as well as textile employers about the decision by the National Executive Council (NEC) of the Nigeria Labour Congress to commence an indefinite strike action with effect from Monday September 28, 2020 if the Federal Government fails to reverse the recent hike in the pump price of petrol and electricity tariff.

No Nation Can Do Without Electricity – Michael Yahaya

Nigeria and its Counterparts Comparison: Expedient Developmental Improvement. Electricity is the life blood of a healthy nation. No nation can Read more

Inflation Surges Again, Hits 17.71% Amid Rising Prices

Nigeria’s inflation rate has again surged to 17.71 per cent, according to latest figures by the National Bureau of Statistics. Read more

Pay Your Taxes, Utoware Urges Pools Promoters

By Giovanni Emephia All registered pools promoters, agents and 'stakers' operating in Delta State have been warned to keep to Read more

We’re Working To Bring Down Inflation, Boost Economy – FG

The federal government has assured of its determination to ensure that the inflation rate which has been on a downward Read more