The TUC presently has over 2.5 million members spread throughout the nooks and crannies of Nigeria, with 29 affiliates as at the last count. More affiliates are expected soon.
The Congress mainly relies on the monthly subscription from its affiliates for its income. Another source of income is revenue generated by its investment arm, the TUC Transport and Investment Company Limited (TUC T & I). Also grants are occasionally received from different multilateral agencies.
The day-to-day administration of TUC is done by its National Secretariat which is headed by the Secretary General who is now a full-time appointed staff assisted by the Deputy Secretary General, departmental heads and other staff.
The National Secretariat is directly supervised by the National Administrative Council (NAC) which is the lowest organ of the Congress and made up of all elected national officers, the Secretary General, and the Deputy Secretary General. The NAC reports to the Central Working Committee (CWC) which in turn reports to the National Executive Council (NEC) made up of the members of NAC, the Presidents and General Secretaries of the Congress’ affiliates, and the principal officers of the State Councils of TUC.
The highest organ of the TUC is the National Delegates Conference. It has authority over every facet of the labour centre.
The news about recent News, Articles and activities.