NLC seeks ‘market hearing’ on prices of food

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The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, has called for “Market Hearing” on prices of food to enable the minimum wage committee to arrive at a reasonable salary benchmark.
NLC’s President, Joe Ajaero, made this call on Thursday in Yola while chairing the ongoing North East Zonal Public Hearing on National Minimum Wage.
He said that the market hearing should be conducted in all zones, that without the market hearing the aim of the public hearing on minimum wage will be defeated.
According to him, knowing the price of food in the market will help, that a lot of people were facing difficulties, workers paying at least N1000 for transport to go to work and there was a need for the government to do something.

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