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 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO IMPLEMENT ‘NO WORK NO PAY’ RULE FOR STRIKING WORKERS

 

 

 Federal Government has decided to implement the “No Work No Pay Rule” with regards to industrial disputes in the country.

The decision, according to the Minister of Labour and Employment, CHRIS NGIGE was taken at the meeting of the Federal Executive Council, FEC, which held on Wednesday inside the council chamber, State House Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Mr. NGIGE, who addressed journalists after the meeting, said the decision followed a recent spate of strike actions by some industrial unions across the country.

Meanwhile, Minister of Health, ISAAC ADEWOLE has said that government is yet to confirm if the ailment spreading across some states is actually monkeypox.

Professor ADEWOLE, who also spoke after the FEC meeting, said the Centre for Disease Control has taken samples for laboratory analysis locally and in Senegal.

The meeting was chaired by President MUHAMMADU BUHARI.

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