Nigerian Labour Congress
The acting national president of the NLC, Amaechi Asuguni, while speaking with journalists advised all state councils to wait for the federal government's template for the new minimum wage.
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has reportedly called on the federal government to pay five months arrears of the new minimum wage when the payment begins this month.
Ministan kwadago, Chris Ngige yace za a fara biya mafi karancin albashin ne a take kuma zai zagaya ne duk masana'antun gwamnati da masu zaman kansu. Ya bayyana hakan ne jiya a Abuja, jim kadan bayan kungiyar da gwamnati ta...
Some states have embraced the new deal struck by the federal government. They, however, said they will wait to get the details of the deal before making their final decision.
An agreement was finally reached between the federal government and organised labour on Thursday, October 17, on the consequential adjustment in salaries of Nigerian workers as a result of the new N30,000 minimum wage.
Wabba said reports claiming the federal government and Labour have agreed on 20% and 13.5% consequential adjustments for workers on Grade Levels 7-14 and 15-17 respectively are mere speculation.