Covid19: Dangote's Company Converts lockdown Break To Staff Annual leave
The Dangote Group of companies has informed its staff members that the lockdown break given by the government is now a part of the company annual leave.
This was made official through a memo which reads, "This is to advice all staff that the lockdown period will be regarded as part of Leave Period and therefore annual leave consuming."
"Where any staff has exhausted his/her leave period, a commensurate amount would be deducted to cover the period."
The memo has generated mixed reactions since its release.
It will be recalled that the coronavirus has really affected a lot of business organization which has necessitated many companies to be adopting different strategy to recover from the drastic effect
COVID19: APC Group Tackles Kogi Governor For Denying Covid19 Existence In Nigeria
The All Progressives Congress Mandate Defenders has reacted to what it described as a series of dishonorable statements coming from the governor of Kogi State, Alhaji Yahaya Bello denying the existence of COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria.This position was made in a statement released to newsmen in Abuja on Thursday by the National Publicity Secretary of the group, Ifeanyi Emeka, the group said it has been ignoring the governor because his views are insignificant but now...
Covid19: Akeredolu Tests Positive For Covid19
The Ondo state governor Arakunrin Rotimi Akeredolu has contracted the novel coronavirus Naijacrawl reports.The Governor disclosed this today via his twitter handle.He tweeted:"Today I tested positive for #COVID19. All is well. I'm asymptomatic and have been self isolating. Work continues. Your continued prayers over my well being are most appreciated"It will be noted that a popular news agency shared a video online few days where the governor was sneezing rapidly at...
Covid19: Niger State Covid19 Patients Protest Over Poor Treatment In Isolation Centre
Yesterday in Niger state isolation centre some suspected COVID-19 patients receiving treatment at a government facility in Minna, the state capital, threatened to discharge themselves over poor treatment.In a video going viral online, some of the patients expressed anger at the situation, saying they were not comfortable with their feeding arrangement.They however, requested to be allowed to be in their homes instead of being left to die of hunger at the isolation f...
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