Nigerian Government, Labour Unions Agree On Minimum Wage Deal

After days of negotiations, the Nigerian government and the country's labour unions have settled their disagreements over how the new minimum wage law - which was signed by President Muhammadu Buhari in April - will be implemented. The new agreement ends a six-month stand-off.

File photo of members of the Nigeria Labour Congress protesting over non-implementation of the new minimum wage in Calabar.

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