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AMALGAMATED UNION OF PUBLIC CORPORATIONS, CIVIL SERVICE TECHNICAL AND RECREATIONAL SERVICES EMPLOYEES (AUPCTRE)

Origin of AUPCTRE

The former Civil Service Technical Workers Union (CSTWUN), National Union of Public Corporations (NUPCE) and Recreational Services Employees Union (RSEU) voluntarily resolved to merge to become a single Trade Union – i.e Amalgamated Union Of Public Corporations, Civil Service Technical And Recreational Services Employees (AUPCTRE) in 1996.
As a result, the new Union AUPCTRE emerged at the Merger Conference which was held in Sokoto, Sokoto State on Friday 22nd 1996. Comrade D.A. Adekola emerged as the 1st National President and Comrade SOZ Ejiofoh emerged as the General Secretary.

Aims and Objectives:
The aim of the Union AUPCTRE is to:-

  1. Build strong, united viable and ideological clear Trade Union.
  2. Be committed to the struggle for social justice and Human rights, promoting quality and sustainable Public Service through decent work   practices.

Objectives:- The objectives among others are:

  1. To organize and unionize employees/workers who are qualified for membership.
  2. To promote and regulate relations between workers and employers and between workpersons and workpersons.
  3. To establish and maintain just and proper hours of work, salaries/wages and other conditions of service.
  4. To advance the education and training of the workers.
  5. To provide benefits and other assistance to the members and Staff of the
  6. Union as provided in the Constitution.                                                    
  7. To encourage women to participate in Trade Union affairs.
  8. To establish or carry on or participate in the business of publishing general newspapers/books, pamphlets or other publications in the interest of the members and with the main purpose of furthering the interests of the Union and Trade Unionism generally.       
  9. To protect and advance the socio-economic and cultural interests of Workers, the Union and Trade Unionism in particular
  10. To acquire, own, lease, rent or mortgage moveable and immoveable properties in the interest of the Union.
  11. To promote, defend and sustain democratic governance in the country including Trade Unions

Milestone:
The significant events in the life of the Union in the recent past are:

  1. The Sokoto Merger Conference held on Friday 22nd March 1996 in Sokoto, Sokoto State.
  2. The storm of State sponsored destabilization and intimidation between 1996 and 1998 and its resistance by the Union members who stood firm and erect as ramparts when the very existence of the Union was at stake and in jeopardy.
  3. The retirement of the General Secretary, Comrade SOZ Ejiofoh in 2009 who is popularly known and echoed as Head of Service in the Nigeria Labour Movement.
  4. Movement of the National Secretariat from the historical Labour House No 9, Aje Street Yaba Lagos to No 27, Suez Crescent, Wuse Zone 4 FCT, Abuja in October 2013.
 


COM SOLOMON A. ADELEGAN (JP)
AUPCTRE PRESIDENT


COMRADE YUSUF LEKKE ZAMBUK
AUPCTRE GENERAL SECRETARY

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