The Rivers State Government has denied allegations that it sealed off the state NLC Secretariat because of minimum wage related issues.
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 Organized Labour does not seem to be ready to shift ground on their insistence for the 36 governors of the federation to pay their workers the disturbing N30,000 minimum wage.
The organised labour has risen from their National Executive Council (NEC) meeting in Kano, Northern Nigeria with a strong warning to the Buhari administration that workers will no longer sit down and watch the lives of innocent citizens being snuffed away as a result of the worsening insecurity in the country.
Activities in public universities in Nigeria are being crippled again by non-academic workers who are battling for juicier pay package.