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1 May 2019
NLC holds show, sensitises Nigerians ahead of Workers day celebration.
30 Apr 2019
Prioritise public schools, hospitals, NLC tells FG
8 Feb 2019
What Boss Mustapha said about NLC.
7 Nov 2018
Why NLC negotiated new minimum wage eve of 2019 election.
4 Nov 2018
Accept N22,500 minimum wage offer by states, Group tells NLC.
3 Nov 2018
What governors told NLC about minimum wage.
1 Nov 2018
NLC blasts Nigerian governors for rejecting N30,000 minimum wage.
30 Oct 2018
Nigerian govt move to avert impending NLC strike.
30 Sep 2018
Minimum Wage: NLC suspends warning strike.
9 Nov 2017
NLC President leads protest against sack of 22,000 Kaduna teachers.
10 Oct 2017
NLC President meets with workers in Benue.
8 Oct 2017
NLC pickets MTN, Abuja environmental protection board.

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