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May Day

2 May 2022
Marchers around the world have used May Day to hold rallies to voice dissatisfaction with their governments. There were mass arrests in Turkey, as well as violence in the French capital, Paris.
4 May 2018
May Day popularly called Workers Day is an annual celebration of workers globally. In Nigeria, the day was marked with marches and processions by the organised labour unions across the country. Amid calls by labour unions for government to consider a new minimum wage of between N56,000 and N90,000, labour should look beyond the increase in wages.
1 May 2017
Turkish police arrested dozens of people as anti-government protesters tried to breach a ban on access to the main Taksim Square in Istanbul to mark May Day.
1 May 2017
As workers across the globe celebrate May Day, Nigerian workers are seeking better working conditions from both public and private employers. Raising the minimum wage is top on the list of most workers.

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