The organised labour and other groups in Nigeria have expressed dissent over the plans to remove minimum wage from the exclusive list by the National Assembly.
Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti on Thursday, March 11, said that the federal government's salary structure cannot be imposed on states for al civil servants.
Garba Datti says he is glad that his call for the decentralization of the minimum wage bill has stirred a national discussion regarding the welfare of workers.
Protesters made their way into the National Assembly premises to press home their demands over the minimum wage bill that seeks to empower state governors.
Memeber of the NLC and TUC who are protesting the planned removal of minimum wage in Lagos have blocked the entrance to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu's office.
The deputy governor of Edo, Philip Shaibu, has kicked against a bill seeking to switch minimum wage to the concurrent list, saying the bill should be withdrawn.