Nigeria's Labour Groups Accuse Govt of Delaying Mimimum Wage
A committee has received the green light by President Muhammadu Buhari to decide on a new minimum wage for workers - this as the labour movement becomes increasingly agitated at the government's delay in the passage of the revised minimum wage bill.
Leadership, 9 November 2017
After several months of delay and foot dragging, Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige last Thursday disclosed that he had cleared nominations into the committee that… Read more »
The Federal Executive Council has approved the setting up of a 29-member national committee to negotiate and arrive at a new minimum wage in the country. Read more »
While Nigerian workers have been praised and described as the driving force of the economy, labour unions are demanding that the national and state governments review the minimum ... Read more »