NLC Chases Out Workers From MTN Call Centre

[Premium Times] The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Tuesday chased workers out of MTN Call Centre, Ojota, Lagos, in continuation of its picketing of the multinational company over alleged unfair labour practices.

[Premium Times] The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Tuesday chased workers out of MTN Call Centre, Ojota, Lagos, in continuation of its picketing of the multinational company over alleged unfair labour practices.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ekiti Election – Fayose Replies Police, Explains Printing of ‘Ballot Papers’

[Premium Times] The Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has shed light on the arrest of a Lagos-based printer accused by the Lagos State police of printing ballot papers for the Ekiti State Peoples Democratic Party, ahead of the governorship elect…

[Premium Times] The Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has shed light on the arrest of a Lagos-based printer accused by the Lagos State police of printing ballot papers for the Ekiti State Peoples Democratic Party, ahead of the governorship election on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Labour Party Chairman Speaks On Alliance With R-APC, PDP, Others

[Premium Times] The National Chairman, Labour Party, Abdulkadir Abdulsalam, on Tuesday, said coming together of political parties to form coalition ahead of 2019 elections would not render smaller ones useless.

[Premium Times] The National Chairman, Labour Party, Abdulkadir Abdulsalam, on Tuesday, said coming together of political parties to form coalition ahead of 2019 elections would not render smaller ones useless.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Why Learners Target Dorms in Fire Attacks

[Nation] Rioting secondary school students target dormitories for destruction because they perceive them as the most valuable buildings around, the students told a taskforce chaired by Ms Claire Omollo, whose report was released last year.

[Nation] Rioting secondary school students target dormitories for destruction because they perceive them as the most valuable buildings around, the students told a taskforce chaired by Ms Claire Omollo, whose report was released last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Malawi Govt Dismisses Nepotism Charges By CSOs With Statistics to Back Its Defence

[Nyasa Times] Chief Secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) Lloyd Muhara has dismissed accusations by a group of civil society organisations (CSOs) on President Peter Mutharika’s administration of favouring his Lhomwe tribe.

[Nyasa Times] Chief Secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) Lloyd Muhara has dismissed accusations by a group of civil society organisations (CSOs) on President Peter Mutharika's administration of favouring his Lhomwe tribe.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Malawi Law Commission Kickstarts Review of Supreme Court of Appeal Act

[Nyasa Times] The Special Law Commission on the review of the Supreme Court of Appeal Act on Monday started preliminary consultative meetings on the review of the Act with a call for involved stakeholders to positively contribute on the same.

[Nyasa Times] The Special Law Commission on the review of the Supreme Court of Appeal Act on Monday started preliminary consultative meetings on the review of the Act with a call for involved stakeholders to positively contribute on the same.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Fire Destroys Dormitory at Kisii High School

[Nation] A dormitory at Kisii High School was on Tuesday night destroyed by fire. Parents and members of the public flocked the national boys’ school after getting news that the institution was on fire.

[Nation] A dormitory at Kisii High School was on Tuesday night destroyed by fire. Parents and members of the public flocked the national boys' school after getting news that the institution was on fire.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Malawi Courts to Shut Down Again, Staff Down Tools Over Salary Increment Demands

[Nyasa Times] Courts are on Wednesday expected to shut down as support staff will be on sit in to force the government honour its commitment to give the support staff a 27 pay rise.

[Nyasa Times] Courts are on Wednesday expected to shut down as support staff will be on sit in to force the government honour its commitment to give the support staff a 27 pay rise.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi