The circular which was signed by the secretary-general of the ASCSN, Bashir Lawal, said the labour unions have given the FG up till Wednesday, October 16, to reconvene the meeting of the Consequential Adjustment Committee.
Mun ji cewa an fara biyan kananan Ma’aikata mafi karancin albashi duk wata a Najeriya. Ministan kwadago Chris Ngige ya yi ikirari cewa Gwamnati fara biyan sabon tsarin albashi na N30, 000.
Nigeria’s minister of labour, Chris Ngige, has declared that the federal government has commenced payment of the controversial N30,000 minimum wage to workers.
The report by the Nation indicates that some university lecturers have broken away from the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to form a new group, Congress of University Academics (CONUA).
Organised labour has described as cheap blackmail, threats by Ngige that the federal government might lay off some workers in the public service to be able to pay the N30,000 minimum wage.
The controversy about the payment of the new N30,000 minimum wage for the Nigerian workers on Thursday, October 3, took another twist as the federal government and the organised labour are again set to be on war path.