Minimum wage: Labour insists on N250,000, awaits Tinubu’s decision

Organised Labour has refused to bargain for what it called a “starvation wage,” sticking to its N250,000 new minimum wage proposal.

According to Chris Onyeka, the Assistant General Secretary of the Nigeria Labour Congress, labour would reject the most recent offer of ₦62,000 as well as the ₦100,000 suggestion put up by certain people and experts.

At the same time, NLC President Joe Ajaero stated that unions were waiting for President Bola Tinubu to take labor’s proposal into consideration.

During the ongoing International Labour Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, on Monday, Ajaero made this statement in a press interview.

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