Senate Passes N4.695 Trillion Budget

The Nigerian senate has today passed the budget of the sum of N4.695 trillion for the 2014 fiscal year in excess of N53 billion from the initial N4.642 trillion proposed by the Executive.
<h2><em>Senate Passes N4.695 Trillion Budget </em></h2>

A bill for an act for amendment of companies income taxt

Your Excellency, the President of the Senate, distinguished Colleagues I am highly honored and delighted to lead the debate on this Bill which seeks to amend the Companies Income Tax Act, Cap C21 LFN 2004. The broad philosophy behind the amendments sought through this Bill is to stimulate the growth of economic activities within the industry mining sector of the economy in order to create employment opportunities.
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An interview with Senator Olubunmi Adetunbi

SENATE.GOV.NG: Sir, can you compare and contrast the procedure for getting employment in Nigeria some 25 years ago and today?
<h2><em>An interview with Senator Olubunmi Adetunbi </em></h2>

An interview with Senator Olugbenga Obadara

SEN. OLUGBENGA OBADARA: In fact, I only worked for Eighteen (18) months before I became an Entrepreneur in the U.K. When I returned back to Nigeria in 1998 God has already blessed me with the knowledge of daring the odds and capability of being able to manage men and resources. I established my first company 28 years ago and it has been fantastic experience.
<h2><em>An interview with Senator Olugbenga Obadara</em></h2>

Labour Relations - Multinationals invited

The Senate Committee on Labour, Employment and Productivity, has invited a few multinational companies in relation to labour issues in their companies.
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The Senate Committee on Employment, Labour & Productivity was appointed at the commencement of the life of the Senate. The jurisdiction of the committee includes:

  • All matters relating to trade unions and labour generally
  • Conditions of employment
  • All matters relating to social security and cognate issues
  • Industrial relations
  • Workman's compensation
  • Factory inspection
  • Trade testing
  • Labour safety
  • Health, welfare and education
  • Co-operative education and training
  • National productivity improvement
  • Co-operative societies generally
  • National provident fund
  • Industrial safety regulations
  • Annual budget estimates

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