Labour Rejects FG’s N48,000 Offer for Miminum Wage

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The Nigerian Labour Congress and Trade Union Congresson Wednesday stormed out of the minimum wage committee meeting with the Federal Government over offer of N48,000 as the new minimum wage.
Recall that the Nigerian Labour Congress and Trade Union, had made a demand of N615,000 as the new minimum wage and had given the Federal government up till May 31 to conclude negotiations on new living wage.
The Tripartite Committee on New National Minimum Wage resumed negotiations on this on Wednesday, although representatives of the organized labour comprising the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC and the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria, TUC are reported to have been enraged over offer made by the federal Government.
Theophilus Ndubuaku, one of the representatives present at the meeting, reports that the offer presented to them by the Permanent Secretary to the Government of the Federation Office was questioned and comparing to the current economic of the country, was eventually rejected.

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