Productivity Awareness lecture for middle cadre (Grade levels 07 – 12) officers
The Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Nwabueze Ngige, in group Photograph with the Productivity Workshop Participants
The Honourable minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Nwabueze Chris Ingige, Honourable Minister of State, Barr. James Ocholi SAN, with the Permanent Secretary, Dr. Clement Illoh and the Directors in the ministry in a group photograph during their resumption to duty in their Office.
Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment Senator (Dr.) Chris Ngige with The Country Director of ILO, Mr. Dennis Zulu
The Honourable Minister of State for Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, James Ocholi (SAN), viewing the Agricultural Franchising for Job Creation stand during the Summit by UK Department for International Development (DFID) in Abuja.
The Honourable Minister of State for Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, James Ocholi (SAN),addressing participants of the Summit by UK Department for International Development (DFID) in Abuja.
Permanent Secretary Federal ministry of Labour and Employment, Dr. Clement Illoh follow by the Honourable Minister Sen. Chris Ngige, ILO Director General Guy Ryder and ILO Country Director Dennis Zulu
the representative of the Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige, Director Social Security and Cooperative Development, Mrs. Mojisola Sonubi (centre) in a group photograph with dignitaries and participants at the one day Youth-Cooperative Dialogue
The Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Nwabueze Ngige, speaking at the Productivity Workshop while the Director General National Productivity Centre Alhaji Kashim Yunusa Akor and the Director Human Resources Management in the Ministry Mrs. Abiola Bawa looks on.
Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity, Dr. Clement Illoh, Receiving Award of Meritorious Services in the labour sector from TUC President, Comrade Kaigama Bobboi Bala, while the CCESSA National President Comrade Augustine Etafo watch, during the 10th Triennial National delegates conference of Construction and Civil Engineering Senior Staff Association (CCESSA) 2015
ACHIEVEMENTS
In line with the ministry's mandate
LABOUR ACT
General Provisions as to protection of wages,
STATISTICS
Seven key performance indicators / outcomes
Labour & Employment
The Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity recently renamed as Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment is one of the oldest Ministries in Nigeria. It began as a Department of Labour in the then Colonial office in 1932 and developed into a full fledged Ministry in 1952. The Ministry is established under item 34, Second Schedule of the Exclusive List, 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as ammended. The Ministry is structured into six Zonal labour offices, nine Departments ...
News & Events

1.1 The Community Services, Women and Youth Employment (CSWYE) Project is a stop-gap employment generation initiative that targets unskilled women, youths, and the vulnerable members of the society. The overall goal is to reduce unemployment among women and youths and to improve socio-economic infrastructures in rural communities for improved livelihood and

WELCOME
SEN. (DR.) Chris Nwabueze Ngige OON; MD; KSJI
Honorable Minister Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment
 
 
 
 
 
BARR. James Ocholi SAN
Honorable Minister of State, Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment
 
 
 
 
Dr. Clement O. Illoh
Permanent Secretary
He is a native of Issele-Azagba, Anio- cha North Local Government Area of Delta State. He holds a Bsc (Hons) in 
 
 
Mandate
Development and promotion of productive employment policies and programmes for employment generation and actualization of the National Action Plan on Employment Creation and the Local Employment Content initiatives of ...

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Skilled persons given resettlement package to establish trade. Achievement: 33,650
Job generated in 2013 (NBS source). Achievement: 431,000
No. Of persons or applicants registered at NELEX. Achievement: 6000
No. Of person employed from the public and private employment agencies (peas). Achievement: 30,430
Number of applications received from peas for registration. Achievement: 3,171
Graduates or artisans received soft loans to establish their own businesses. Achievement: 5,550
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