Tag: Nigeria Union of Teachers

Abia primary school teachers, NUT end 3 months strike

admin- June 18, 2019

Teachers in public primary schools in Abia are expected to resume work today (June 18) after they suspended their three-month old statewide strike.  This followed agreement ... Read More

NUT Wants F G To Review Teachers’ Retirement Age To 65 Years

Abdul Jimoh- October 4, 2018

The President, Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Dr Muhammed Idris, on Thursday advised the Federal Government to review the retirement age of teachers to 65 ... Read More

World Teachers’ Day: Nigerian Teachers demand 65 years as retirement age

inno.korie- October 5, 2017

The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has demanded that the retirement of teachers of primary and secondary schools in the country be raised from 60 ... Read More

NUT urges teachers to be diligent as schools resume

inno.korie- September 9, 2017

The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has appealed to its members to be diligent in their duties as schools resume for the 2017/2018 academic session ... Read More

NUGLE Urges Aregbesola To support Local Government Autonomy

Henry Solomon- August 8, 2017

The Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), has appealed to the Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola to support Local Government Autonomy. Mr Ibrahim Khaleel, ... Read More

Organised Labour takes local government autonomy case to lawmakers

inno.korie- July 14, 2017

Workers from the Organised Labour seeking autonomy for local governments on Friday staged a rally at the meeting venue of the National Assembly’s Joint Committee ... Read More

Stakeholders support TRCN’s threat to ban unregistered teachers in 2018

inno.korie- May 21, 2017

Stakeholders including parents across the country have called on government at all levels to ensure that only registered  and professional  teachers are engaged  in the  teaching service in Nigeria. The stakeholders made this call and supported  the position of Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) to eliminate unregistered teachers by 2018, in a survey conducted across major towns ... Read More