Organised Private Sector Approves N30,000 Minimum Wage
The N30,000 minimum wage may have come to stay in all works of life in Nigeria.
Though state civil servants may be left with N28,000 minimum wage, the figure is still being deliberated upon.
While federal government workers seem already sure of the new increase, the private sector is not left out.
The latest news is that the Organised Private Sector, a body of employers in the private division of the Nigerian economy, has said it agrees with a new minimum wage of N30,000 as recommended by the tripartite committee set up by President Muhammadu Buhari.
According to Punch, the position was made known at the public hearing organised by the House of Representatives on the New Minimum Wage Bill presented by President Muhammadu Buhari last week.
Organized Labour have been clamouring for the new minimum wage as against the paltry N18,000 being paid workers.
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