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09032018 - Trade unions've done Nigeria more harm than good - El Rufai

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Vanguard Newspaper 9 march 2018

09032018 - Trade unions've done Nigeria more harm than good - El

Be wary of loans from China, US warns Nigeria, others 9 9 ** VOL. 26: NO. 63502 FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 2018 Trade unions've done Nigeria more harm than good—EL-RUFAI •Adds past Yobe, Borno govs sowed seed of terrorism •Our federal health institutions overstaffed —FG •You're embarrassment to public office, Labour tells el-Rufai My priority is to secure Nigeria, fight 8 corruption — BUHARI INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY At 61, I’m gradually becoming senior citizen — OSINBAJO DAPCHI PARENTS PROTEST Tension in Imo, as APC vows to stop Okorocha’s son-in-law 30 DAPCHI PARENTS PROTEST: Some parents of abducted Dapchi school girls protesting and seeking release of their daughters in Abuja, yesterday. Photo: Gbemiga Olamikan. STORY ON PAGE 6. From left: Wife of the Speaker, Mrs. Dogara; DG, National Centre for Women Development, Mrs. Mary Eta; wife of the President, Hajia Aisha Buhari and wife of the Vice President, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo, arriving for the celebration of the International Day of the Women at the National Centre for Women Development, Abuja, yesterday. Photo: Abayomi Adesahida. Immigration officers arrested at Lagos Airport for human trafficking 7 COLUMNISTS: OWEI LAKEMFA 31 AZU 36 DONU KOGBARA 17 28 Air passenger traffic down 8% in 2017 — NBS 19 Naira UK to appreciates build to N360.26/ $ in I&E 41 £700,000 Mr & Mrs prison in Lagos 40 By Victor Ahiuma- Young & Omeiza Ajayi ABUJA— Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai has lashed out at organised labour in the country, saying it has destroyed the nation more than its contribution to it. Speaking, yesterday in Abuja at a ‘Governance Matters’ roundtable organised by Development Alternative Incorporation, DAI, the governor said the excesses of the trade unions must be Continues on Page 5

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