News - Association Of Senior Civil Servants

Insurance Workers Embark On 3-Day Warning Strike

3 weeks ago /
Nation 

Affiliates of the trade union congress, the association of senior civil servants of Nigeria and the joint public service negotiating council has begun a three-day warning strike at all offices of the national insurance commission over allegations of indiscriminate granting of waivers, punitive transfers In a protest at NAICOM headquarters in...

Association Of Senior Civil Servants Calls Off Planned Warning Strike

2 months ago /
Nation 

The association of senior civil servants of Nigeria has put on hold its 7-day notice of strike, after a meeting with the federal government late on Tuesday at which it was agreed that the workers will start receiving alerts of their entitlements  In a communiqué by the president of the association of...

Federal Civil Servants Threaten Indefinite Strike Over ₦200BN Unpaid Salaries

6 months ago /
Nation 

The Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria has threatened to embark on an indefinite strike over non-payment of N200bn promotion and salaries and death benefits. The decision of the NEC of the ASCSN was read to journalists by the Federal Capital Territory Secretary of the association, Mr. Ojemhenka Isaac. President of...

Increase Workers Minimum Wage - TUC

11 months ago /
Nation 

The association of senior civil servants of Nigeria, an affiliate of the trade union congress, TUC wants the federal government to see the demand for an increase to workers minimum wage as necessity The union explained that considering the high cost of goods and services in the country, an immediate negotiation...

FG saved N2.293b after removing 23,846 ghost workers from payroll – Minister of Finance

1 year ago /
Business and Economy   Nation 

The Nigerian government said on Sunday that about 23,846 ghost workers were being removed monthly from its payroll. The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, said consequently about N2.293 billion was reduced from the total salary bill for the ministries, departments and agencies MDAs for February 2016 when compared to December 2015...

NLC Chairman Wants Minimum Wage Increased To N50,000 Per Month

2 years ago /
Nation 

Mr Jerry Nnubia, the Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) in Anambra , says that the current minimum wage being earned by workers should be increased to N50,000 monthly from its present N18,000. Nnubia told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Awka, capital of Anambra, that the...

Workers Sack: Court Admits Exhibits In ACSN’s Case Against NIMC

2 years ago /
Nation 

The National Industrial Court (NIC) on Wednesday in Abuja admitted in evidence exhibits tendered by Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria(ASCSN) in its suit against the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC). ACSCSN had filed an ex-parte application before the court seeking to restrain the commission’s management from its alleged plans...

Okonjo-Iweala Faults Civil Servants' Claim on Outstanding Salaries

2 years ago /
Nation 

The Coordinating Minister of the Nigerian Economy and Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has carpeted the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria as peddlers of falsehood for alleging that government owed civil servants salaries. This is as the Presidential Amnesty Office has assured ex-militants  from the Niger Delta region...

Civil Servants Threaten Strike Over FG's Inability To Pay Salaries

2 years ago /
Business and Economy  

. FG Promises To Pay Before The End Of December Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) has threatened a showdown with the federal government over its failure in paying salaries of those working in the nation’s public service for three months. The ASCSN noted that plans have been concluded to...

NLC, TUC And ASCSN Threaten Strike Over Decentralisation Of Minimum Wage

3 years ago /
Nation 

The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) on Wednesday threatened to issue a sit-at-home order to protest the decision of the National Assembly to move the minimum wage from exclusive legislative list to concurrent list under the...

Federal workers accuse Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala of lying

3 years ago /
Nation 

In reaction to the statement by the Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala that all federal workers have been paid their December salaries, the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria released a statement countering the Minister’s claims.