Minimum Wage: It’s N250,000 Or Nothing, Labour Says As FG Insists On N62,000

Members of the organised labour have brought its demand to the sum of N250,000 as the new minimum wage for workers while the federal government also raised its initial amount of N60,000 by N2,000, making N62,000 in total....Read The Full Story Here ▶

President of TUC, Festus Osifo, disclosed this to journalists in Abuja Friday night at Nicon Luxury Hotel, venue of the National Minimum Wage Tripartite committee meeting .

Osifo said the two labour centres have not agreed with both the government and the members of the Organised Private Sector on the new offer, arguing that they would continue to push for a wage that would stand the test of time in the country.

“As we are now, the Organised Private Sector and the government side, have recommended N62,000 to be minimum wage but for us, from Labour, we felt that with the current economic hardship and with the difficulty in the land, the sum of N250,000 should be the what should be okay as the minimum wage.

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