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Muhammadu Buhari

Buhari Signs New Minimum Wage Act

Buhari Signs New Minimum Wage Act

President Muhammadu Buhari has signed into law the National Minimum Wage Repeal and Re-Enactment Act, 2019. The president advised all employers of labour across the country to pay workers a minimum of N30, 000 monthly wages. The new national minimum wage bill was passed and submitted to the president by the National Assembly before they

NLC

Labour Demands Implementation of New Minimum Wage Before May 1

The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, has urged the federal government to commence the implementation of the new national minimum wage for workers before the next Workers’ Day celebration on May 1. NLC’s acting president, Najeem Yasin made the call, Tuesday in Abuja while commending the Senate for approving the minimum wage bill of N30, 000.

NLC

NLC Holds Rally To Push For New Minimum Wage Bill

BThe Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC today, commenced a nationwide protest following President Muhammadu Buhari’s failure to transmit a bill to the National Assembly for the implementation of the new minimum wage. Although the protest took place at the Lagos State secretariat at Alausa, Ikeja protesters were denied access into the secretariat. Adeniyi Muyiwa, one of

NLC, TUC Protest

Minimum Wage: Labour Threatens to Demand Two Years Arrears

President of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, Ayuba Wabba has declared that organised labour would demand two year arrears of the new national minimum wage for workers from the federal and the state government. He said this when he received Rosa Pavanelli, General Secretary, Public Service International in his office in Abuja. Wabba expressed concern

NLC, TUC Protest

Labour Set for Mass Protest Over Minimum Wage

All is now set for a mass protest across the country organized by a coalition of Labour unions. The three Labour groups, Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC; Trade Union Congress, TUC; and the United Labour Congress, ULC have begun a massive mobilization of their members nationwide and their civil society allies, ahead of the protest, which

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