The Trade Union Congress (TUC) on Sunday, July 14, said it no longer trusts federal government's commitment to the agreed implementation of the new N30,000 minimum wage.
The organised labour has dismissed insinuations that the federal government was not sincere enough to implement the newly approved minimum wage of N30,000.
Senator Chris Ngige, the minister of labour and employment, on Monday, May 27, came out plain about his opinion on Nigeria's budgetary system, describing it as full of corruption and suspicious insertions.
Youths of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the southeast, have said that they will not accept any repeat of attack on Senator Chris Ngige, the minster of labour and employment allegedly by Nigeria Labour Congress members.
The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has reportedly accused Chris Ngige, the minister of labour and employment, of scheming to proscribe the union.
The federal government will on Tuesday in Abuja inaugurate the N30,000 new national minimum wage implementation committee, almost one month after President Muhammadu Buhari signed the bill into law.