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NLC Proposes N709,000 As Minimum Wage

The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) and the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) have suggested a new minimum salary of N447,000 and N709,000, respectively.

The data were given during the Tripartite Committee on National Minimum Wage (TCNMW) North Central Zonal Public Hearing, which took place in Abuja on Thursday.

The leaders of the two labor organizations in the zone put out the statistics, but in their presentations, the state governments of Kwara, Nasarawa, and Niger failed to provide a particular value they advocated as the new minimum.

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However, the Plateau State government suggested a new minimum pay of N60,000, N70,000, and N80,000 for the National Minimum pay Tripartite Committee to examine. This was done through the representation of its Permanent Secretary, Establishment, and Labour Relations.

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Represented by Comrade Sunday Omezi, the head of the Federal Civil Service Pensioners Union, the pensioners informed the zonal chairman of the public hearing that they are collectively requesting 85% of the amount that the National Minimum Wage Tripartite Committee decides to pay workers.

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The governor of Nasarawa State, represented by Mrs. Abigail Waya, Head of State Service, urged the National Minimum Wage Tripartite Committee to permit her state to renegotiate minimum wage with its workforce. She stated that the state may not be encouraged to pay a new minimum wage beyond its means due to economic realities.

As a new minimum salary for workers, the Niger State Head of Service stated that his administration is prepared to pay whatever sum determined by the National Minimum salary Tripartite Committee.

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“The committee is keenly interested in receiving well-researched position recommendations that will aid in making informed decisions,” North Central Zonal Public Hearing Chairman Festus Osifo stated earlier in his speech.

Deputy Governors of Niger and Nasarawa, representative of Manufactures Association of Nigeria, Head of the Civil Service, Chairman Tripartite Committee on Minimum Wage, representative of the Federal Judicial Service Commission, amongst others. [CONTINUE READING HERE]



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