NLC condemns sack of labour leaders by Amosun


The Nigeria Labour Congress Lagos State Council on Wednesday condemned the dismissal of Ogun State chairman of NLC and 15 others by the state government. The Lagos State Council Chairman of NLC, Alhaji Tokunbo Korodo, said that  the dismissal of the labour leaders is contrary to the rule of law. Governor  Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun on Monday […]

The post NLC condemns sack of labour leaders by Amosun appeared first on Punch Newspapers.

Read Full Article On
According to a lawmaker, more than 400 Russian nationals have been held in Ukrainian prisons since 2014
Simon Utebor, Yenagoa The Governor of Bayelsa State, Mr. Seriake Dickson, says his government will make it mandatory for teachers at the primary and secondary schools to undergo some forms of assessme
There isn’t a story that begins, “T’was the night before Thanksgiving,” but it didn’t stop late-night comedian Jim Jefferies from snuggling up beside a digital fire and r
The state budget of Azerbaijan for 2018 can be revised in May next year, in case oil prices remain above $60 per barrel
The efforts of Russia, Iran and Turkey have helped to prevent Syria’s breakup, Putin noted
The dread of politically combative conversations during the holidays—or awkward ones at best—is as akin to Thanksgiving and Christmas as turkey and candy canes. For people passionate about social
MedLife, the largest private medical service provider in Romania, has opened a 540-square meter hyperclinic in Braila, within an investment of EUR700,000, reaching a total 19 clinics.
The Labour party in Amsterdam wants to stop Amsterdammers renting out their homes via holiday let platforms such as Airbnb....
The life-long prison sentence handed down by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) to former commander of Bosnian Serb army Ratko Mladić on Wednesday is a message to w
Staffing agency giant Randstad is relocating dozens of smaller branches in the Netherlands from prime locations to industrial estates, in...
Below is a roundup of major events on Wednesday, 22 November, until 3 PM local time:
Former Super Eagles striker, Yakubu Aiyegbeni, has announced his retirement from football. Aiyegbeni retired from football on Wednesday, which is his 35th birthday. The 35-year-old started his career
Researchers expect that under maximum-level emissions of greenhouse gases, the warm season might become longer by the end of 21st Century
PVV leader and anti-Islam campaigner Geert Wilders has told Elsevier magazine he plans to visit Russia next year to offer...
The Vietnamese defense minister said that "considerable results" have been achieved lately in Vietnam-Russia interaction in the defense and security sphere
Former Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic is to appeal his life sentence, his son said Wednesday, calling the judgement by a UN war crimes court “war propaganda”. “This sentenc
The Russian Federation Council speaker comments on telephone conversation between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump
Landlocked by volcanic rock, Turkey’s Lake Van has captivated more imaginative locals with stories of a mythical monster lurking within. But now researchers have uncovered a more conc
The police in Reykjavík now have a new case to get their teeth stuck into, as they search for the... The post Restaurant Patron Gets Drunk, Leaves Without His Teeth appeared first on The Reykjavik Gr
Gazprom Export LLC and Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR agreed on resuming natural gas deliveries to Azerbaijan.
Ukraine's state institutions have planned 27,169 inspections of businesses next year, according to the OpenDataBot, a business data registration monitoring service.
Historians from all over Romania and abroad attended on Wednesday a symposium called "The Greater Union - the culmination of a millenary history," organised by the National Defence College Foundation
Former boxing champion Ruslan ‘Siberian Rocky’ Provodnikov has become the latest athlete to join the ‘Team Putin’ initiative set up by NHL giant Alexander Ovechkin in support of
One Trump supporter fully expects to be berated by his family members on Thanksgiving — but he still feels fully justified in his decision to back the president because his college English profe
A Columbia University economist told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that the Republican tax overhaul is essentially a giveaway to President Donald Trump, his children and his grandchildren. J
The decades-long discriminatory practice of the ‘two-finger’ virginity test in Indonesia should be immediately stopped, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has urged. Single women applying for
Sevilla secured a stunning comeback in their Champions League game against Liverpool after head coach Eduardo Berizzo revealed to his players at half-time that he had been diagnosed wit
Delhi police will deploy a female motorbike squad in the streets of the Indian capital to safeguard women in a city considered one of the worst places in the world for sexual violence a
Billionaire Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov faced a second day of questioning by investigators in France on Wednesday, two days after his arrest in Nice on suspicion of tax evasion.
A U.N. tribunal on Wednesday convicted former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic of genocide and crimes against humanity for orchestrating massacres and ethnic cleansing during Bosnia's
A paper by two Apple AI researchers on improvements to robot navigation is fueling speculation that the computer giant is delving deeper into the business of self-driving cars. Read F
KYIV. Nov 22 (Interfax-Ukraine) – Ukrainians are most worried about the war in eastern Ukraine and socio-economic problems, according to a sociological poll conducted during October and November in
The delivery starts on November 22

Recent News

Oxygen rise 400 mn years ago linked to spike in biodiversity: Study

The findings showed a nearly 80 per cent increase in oxygen levels from about 14 per cent 460 million years ago (the Middle Ordovician perid) to 24 per cent just 10 million years later during the Lat
Read Full Story

Black bears come back from certain extinction in US' Nevada

Further, black bears in the western Great Basin best represent a genetic metapopulation, a group of populations separated but of the same species with individuals that interact with other populations
Read Full Story

#WaterCrisis: Shower heads could save 70 million litres

The Western Cape government is on a drive to distribute low-flow showerheads to help the tourism industry save water.
Read Full Story

Murder accused claims cop threatened to 'castrate' him

A senior police officer in the Eastern Cape Gang Investigation Unit was on Wednesday accused of attempting to castrate a suspected gang member.
Read Full Story

Your uncle said what? How to talk about social justice with your family during the holidays

The dread of politically combative conversations during the holidays—or awkward ones at best—is as akin to Thanksgiving and Christmas as turkey and candy canes. For people passionate about social
Read Full Story

Comedian Jim Jefferies reveals the dark and sordid history of Thanksgiving in hilarious fireside story-time

There isn’t a story that begins, “T’was the night before Thanksgiving,” but it didn’t stop late-night comedian Jim Jefferies from snuggling up beside a digital fire and r
Read Full Story

Popular America