Nigerian Labour Congress
The organised labour comprising of Trade Union Congress and Nigeria Labour Congress in Ogun state on Monday, December 16 said they have resolved to embark on two days warning strike with effect from Thursday, December 19.
In what seems like another looming battle against some governors, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has issued a deadline of December 31, for states to end negotiations over the new minimum wage to workers.
He said since inception, it has remained the core mandate of NIPOST to collect stamp duty and remit five per cent of whatever was collected for infrastructural development with the agency across states in Nigeria.
Kungiyar kwadago ta Najeriya ta bukaci gwamnatin tarayya da duk wadanda abun ya ashaf da su hanzarta tabbatar dkarancin albashin na N30,000. Shugaban hukumar kwadagon, Kwamared Ayuba Wabba, wanda Amaechi Asuguni ya wakilta wani ta
Workers in Lagos state can start jubilation as the governor of the state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has agreed to pay N35,000 as the new minimum wage from November, 2019.
The controversy over implementation of the approved N30,000 minimum wage for Nigerian workers does not seem to be stopping any moment soon as organised labour has vowed to fight any governor that fails to comply with the payment.