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September 11, 20190

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Superscreen News As a citizen it is your right to know what is happening around you, as a broadcasting house, we hold up the responsibility of keeping you informed with acurate and timely news  . Superscreen NewsImdb:   9.7 For us news comes first, it is the right of every citizen to know and be informed. We are always and about with the right and acurate information for our teaming audience. Our priority is placed on delivering timely, confirmed and detailed information, leaving no truth out. With the recent upgrade in our  terrestrial reach and live TV online, we are committed to creating compelling programming, a strategy to acquire new audience and retain our current family of consistent viewers. News Today MINIMUM WAGE IMPLEMENTATION: LABOUR TO REVIEW STATE'S COMPLIANCE   The Organised labour SAYS it would soon take a decision on a date it would meet to review the  minimum wage negotiation between state government and workers across Nigeria.   you will recall that no fewer than 15 states had  yet to conclude negotiations on the new minimum  wage of N30,000 two days after the deadline of December 31, 2019, which labour gave governors to sign agreements with their workers.   Investigations had also shown that Ekiti, Cross River,  Benue, Gombe, Osun, Sokoto, Oyo, Niger, Ogun, Enugu,  Bayelsa, Rivers, Kwara, Taraba and Anambra states  had not agreed on consequential adjustments of  salaries.   It was also gathered that while Lagos, Kaduna, Bauchi, Kastina and Borno states had agreed to pay the new  minimum wage, other states started negotiations  few days to the end of the deadline.   The new wage structure was signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari, on April 18, 2019, while both the Federal Government and the organised labour agreed on  consequential adjustments on October 18, 2019, after a  lengthy negotiation. RELIGIOUS BELIEFS: LASG RESCUE PRE-MATURE BABY, PERFORM BLOOD TRANSFUSSION   The Lagos State Government has rescued a 14-day-old  baby girl after her parents refused to allow her have blood transfusion, citing religious beliefs.   The state government, through the Office of the  Public Defender, was said [...]
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