Breaking: Labour Pulls Out Of Minimum Wage Negotiations

The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Labour Congress (TUC) has withdrawn from the ongoing minimum wage negotiations because of what it described as the “ridiculous offers” of N48, 000 and N54, 000, respectively, by the government and the organized private sector, OPS.

According to sources in the meeting, while the government did not provide any data to back up its proposal, tho Organised Labour, OPS on the other hand, said none of its members pays less than N78,000…

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Rita Elenwo

Rita Aletor- Elenwo, is a professional journalist with experience in broadcast, print and online reporting. A proud citizen of Edo state, Nigeria (Esan South East Local Government) Rita had her first degree in philosophy from Ebonyi State University (2008), PGD, in Communication from the University of Port Harcourt (2020), and currently in pursuit of an MSC degree in communication. Rita (nee Aletor-) is happily married with lovely children.

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