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BREAKING: FG Raises Minimum Wage

NLC, TUC Gives Govs Ultimatum on N35k Minimum Wage

The Federal Government has raised the minimum wage from N48,000 to N54,000 after a walkout by the Organised Labour.

Recall that the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) had proposed a minimum wage of N615,000, while the NLC members in the South-West states demanded N794,000 and the Trade Union Congress suggested N447,000.

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Meanwhile, the meeting was adjourned until Wednesday after the Organised Labour rejected the new N54,000 minimum wage proposal.

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Written by Tapre Timine

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