NANS criticizes Fayemi’s proposal to decentralize negotiating

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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has condemned the call for decentralisation of minimum wage by the immediate past Governor of Ekiti State, Kayode Fayemi, who advocated that states should be allowed to have separate negotiation with labour on new minimum wage.
The student body in a statement yesterday by the National Clerk of the Senate Abdul-Yekinn Odunayo, described such a call as anti-workers.
He called on the Federal Government to ignore the former governor, and rather, compel the state governors to implement the new minimum wage if signed into law.
Recall that the Federal Government and labour unions have been locked in negotiations over a new minimum wage of N250,000 from Labour and N62,000 from Federal Government.

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