So it’s May 1st and we are glad to Join and celebrate NLC; one of the largest trade union organizations in Africa (with 29 affiliated unions and about 4 million members) on such a remarkable day like this.
NLC as an umbrella organization for trade unions in Nigeria was founded following a merger of four different organisations in 1978: Nigeria Trade Union Congress (NTUC), Labour Unity Front (LUF), United Labour Congress (ULC) and Nigeria Workers Council (NWC). These affiliated unions were later restructured into 42 industrial unions. Its founding President was Wahab Goodluck.
Current NLC Leadership team:
1.Abdulwahed I. Omar – President
2.P.A.K. Adewusi – Deputy President
3.Joseph C. Ajaero – Deputy President
4.Kiri Mohammed Shuaibu- Deputy President
5.Lucy Offiong – Vice President
6.Issa Aremu – Vice President
7.Emmanuel Ajoku – Vice President
8.Anthony Emmanuel Nted Vice President
9.Lawal Dutsinma – Vice President
10.Ayuba Wabba – National Treasurer
11.Boniface A. Isok – Financial Secretary
12.Achese Igwe – National Trustee
13.A. D. Bungudu – National Auditor
14.Samuel Adeoye – National Auditor
15.Danjuma P. Kunini – National Auditor
16.Aminat M. Danesi – Ex-Officio
17.Sarah Gana – Ex-Officio
18.Oby Eze – Deputy Chairperson NWC.
We wish the leadership team all the best in office.
Our labor unions are not narrow, self-seeking groups. They have raised wages, shortened hours and provided supplemental benefits. Through collective bargaining and grievance procedures, they have brought justice and democracy to the shop floor.
JOHN F. KENNEDY, speech, Aug. 30, 1960
Celebrating the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) and its Leadership.
It’s one of the largest trade union organizations in Africa with 29 affiliated unions and close to 4 million members.
Happy Workers Day great people.