STOP THE RIVERS OF BLOOD – A PRESS STATEMENT BY THE NLC ON THE RESURGENCE OF VIOLENCE ACROSS NIGERIA
DISCLAIMER ON THE POSITION OF NATIONAL RECORD ON THE PROBE OF THE NATIONAL SOCIAL INSURANCE TRUST FUND
MEET THE COMRADE PRESIDENT
Comrade Ayuba P. Wabba mni
Comrade Ayuba Philibus Wabba, mni, is a self-made intellectual and a hard-baked activist with an unflinching commitment to the cause of the downtrodden. This has fired his quest for knowledge and passion for social justice and the building of a more equitable and humane society.
A dogged fighter with strong convictions, Ayuba Wabba is an institution builder, a social critic and a believer in the rule of law and a stickler for accountability.
A Public Health Specialist, Ayuba Wabba had his early education at Kawo Primary School, Kaduna; Government Science Secondary School, Waka-Biu, Borno State, before proceeding to the School of Health Technology, Maiduguri. He was at various times at the Imo State University, Houdigbe North American University,Institute of Peace and Development, Israel; Royal Institute of Public Administration, London; Whaton Business School, USA from where he obtained various diplomas including PGD, Public Health and a Master’s degree in Public Health (MPH).
OUR KEY ISSUES AND FOCUS
NATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL (NAC) MEMBERS
COM. NAJEEM USMAN YASIN
COM. MUHAMMED NASIR IDRIS
COM. PETER ADEYEMI
COM. OYELAKAN LATEEF
COM. MERCY OKEZIE
COM. ADEWALE ADEYANJU
COM. AYUBA WABBA, MNI
COM. EMMANUEL UGBOAJA
COM. AMAECHI ASUGWUNI
COM. KHALEEL IBRAHIM, MNI
COM. LAWRENCE AMAECHI
COM. ABDRAFIU ADENIJI, mni
COM. MARWAN MUSTAPHA ADAMU, MNI
COM. ACHANVER SIMON
NLC Climate Change Policy
In the last decade, the NLC has been evolving through a policy of a ‘New Beginning’, which is enshrined in a vision that captures the imperative of rebuilding the movement towards a direction that makes it more relevant to its members and to the broad society at large. This vision identifies the importance of empowerment and social redemption. It is also about enhancing inter-movement linkages that can help the movement project power in the labour market.
The Rights of Migrant Workers
People travel to other countries every day for work and better living conditions. Some migrant workers carry their family members along. Others leave them behind and send money back home. Some migrant workers enter a country with all required legal and valid documents such as a contract of employment, visa, residence and work permits and all other required documents such as a medical examination certificate and a certificate of good character issued by the appropriate law enforcement entity.