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Minimum Wage Demands Unsettled Despite Threats

Minimum Wage Demands Unsettled Despite Threats

Irrespective of the strike threats from the Nigerian Labour Congress, their minimum wage demands remain unresolved.

Nigeria Labour Congress (), Comrade has said that there is no going back on the 30,ooo naira mininum wage demand that the congress has been pushing for.

This report, made by Daily Trust re-enforced the congress’ resolution and the fact that it was inline with due consultation from state governors.

Vanguard had previously reported that leaders of Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, Trade Union Congress of Nigeria, and United Labour Congress of Nigeria, have begun massive mobilisation of members nationwide and their civil society allies, ahead of a protest scheduled for today, but also for the nationwide strike on November 6.

The congress reports that it might have no other option than a strike as the minister of labour and employment, is not doing anything to settle the issue.

Nigerians await the decisions of the government as any resolution will affect the business sector as well as other sectors as the year comes to an end.

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  1. […] State Governors have insisted that they cannot increase the minimum wage from 18,000 to 30,000 naira as requested by the Nigerian Labour […]

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