The leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has reiterated that the National Minimum Wage law is binding to all, and that state governors have no right to pay below N30,000.
The United Labour Congress (ULC) president, Mr Joe Ajaero, says the group will not be part of an exercise designed to hoodwink Nigerian workers and masses into believing that their interests are being championed.
President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration is currently planning a massive purge of the civil service in a seeming bid to meet with the demand of labour on the disturbing N30,000 new minimum wage.
The Federal Government of Nigeria appears to be indulging in a selective application of the recently approved national minimum wage as a statement from Vice President Yemi Osinabjo’s office seems to suggest.
Workers in Cross River have protested the payment of May salary on the first day of the month by Gov. Ben Ayade. Ayade has consistently paid the May salary on the first […]