Minimum Wage - Unions Threaten Strike Unless Nigerian Govt Acts

The Nigeria Labour Congress, the Trade Union Congress and the United Labour Congress have said that they will strike again next month if the government fails to meet certain demands. The labour unions, who initially demanded U.S.$164 as a mimimum wage say they agreed to U.S.$83 during the negotiation. Now they are want the government to disclose the the agreement on a new minimum wage.

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