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Breaking: Government officials, labour meet again over minimum wage

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Emerging reports have claimed that members of the tripartite committee set up to come up with a new national minimum wage for the country are currently meeting at the office of the secretary to the government of the federation, Abuja.

The P***h reports that the meeting was attended by officials of the federal government, representatives of the organised private sector and representatives of laour unions.

It was learnt that the meeting was held few hours to the commencement of the nationwide industrial action called by the labour unions.

Members of the committee are expected to sign the final report at today’s meeting and thereafter forward it to the SGF, Boss Mustapha, for onward transmission to President Muhammadu Buhari.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the ASUU on Sunday, November 4, announced that it has begun an indefinite strike action following the inability of the federal government to respond to their demands.

ASUU said its strike would be total as all federal and state varsities would join the strike. P***h reports that the union accused the federal government of not implementing the Memorandum of Action signed with it.

Speaking after its National Executive Council meeting held at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo state on Sunday night, the national president of ASUU, Biodun Ogunyemi, said they have waited patiently for the federal government to act, all to no avail.

In a related development, labour leaders, on Sunday, November 4, failed to attend the meeting set up by the Federal Government to continue negotiations on the national minimum wage for workers in the country.

The federal government representatives in attendance included Secretary to the Government of the Federation Boss Mustapha, Minister of Labour and Employment Chris Ngige and the Minister of Finance Zainab Ahmed.

Representatives of organised private sector were however present at the meeting which was held in the office Mustapha in Abuja.

https://www.legit.ng/1202100-breaking-government-officials-labour-meet-minimum-wage.html


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16 Comments Nigeria News
Oluwatobiloba• 4 weeks ago
Nigeria 🇳🇬 sha
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Lurdharry• a month ago
Ok
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prince10348• a month ago
That to show you that they don't have any plan for us
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Jedz• a month ago
It@/@s a shame o.
Jedz• a month ago
It@/@s a shame o.
Jedz• a month ago
How much is 30k sef that dey cannot pay
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Deeone• a month ago
This strike should not disturb my IT abeg
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Olite1996• a month ago
i hope this works,
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AdetolaAkomolafe• a month ago
Make Una talk better thing dis time around..if not no going back...nationwide strike...
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Lafeeze53• a month ago
I wish I was not born in this country
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Lafeeze53• a month ago
Hmmmm naija
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innkayobami• a month ago
It has now turned to everyday meeting. Hope something good comes out of the meetings
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iammicharles• a month ago
Are you minding them?
Raymond• a month ago
They better work something gud there
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Iyamahsolomon• a month ago
Good idea
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Abidoun• a month ago
Good idea
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