Nigeria: Organised Labour Insists On N30,000 Minimum Wage, Storms Aso Rock

Nigeria: Organised Labour Insists On N30,000 Minimum Wage, Storms Aso Rock

By News Agency of Nigeria on November 1, 2018
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FILE: Nigerian Labour Movement made up of Nigerian Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress hold rally in support of EFCC and Buhari's anti-corruption campaign, Thursday, Sept 10, 2015 (Photo Credit: PR Nigeria)

The organized labour union on Tuesday, October 30, 2018, invaded the presidential villa, Abuja in protest of an immediate implementation of what it agreed with the government as the new minimum wage.

The protest led by TUC president, Bobboi Kagama, was tagged ‘National day of mourning.’

Kaigama speaking insisted that the labour union will not leave the Villa until the governors and executive committee on New minimum wage led by the vice, president Yemi Osinbajo respond positively to their demands.

They wondered why the governors would not pass the agreed new minimum wage, insisting that the increment will not lead to any form of inflation.

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