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Buhari Regime Vs Nigerian Workers: No Agreement Reached On New Minimum Wage


Few hours into the midnight deadline for industrial action over the minimum wage agreement between labour and the President Muhammadu Buhari regime, no agreement has yet been reached.

Labour had said it would go on strike on October 17 (Thursday) if the government failed to reach an agreement with it yesterday (Wednesday) over the consequential adjustments of the minimum wage.

News Agency of Nigeria reports that the meeting which began by 5 pm had yet to reach any agreement following a breakout session by both government and labour teams.

As of the time of filing this report, both groups were still in breakout sessions.

The organised labour is demanding 29 percent salary increase for officers on salary level 07 to 14 and 24 percent adjustment for officers on salary grade level 15 to 17 .

The Buhari regime, however, presented a proposal of 11 percent salary increase for officers on grade level 07 to14 and 6.5 percent adjustment for workers of grade level 15 to 17





30 Comments Drop Comment

  1. Juliana Fajobi - October 17, 2019

    Abeg pay dem jor

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  2. Umukoro Gregory - October 17, 2019

    Nigerian condition now is serious.

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  3. Oluwatosin Omotola - October 17, 2019

    nawa o when will all this come to an end!

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  4. Jeremiah Adeliyi - October 17, 2019

    the government is dribbling them.

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  5. Joseph Jerome - October 17, 2019

    Political promises…

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  6. Ajao Akinkunmi - October 17, 2019

    they need to agree with the workers
    the workers need to earn big

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  7. Jeremiah musa ngbede - October 17, 2019

    I think baba is upto something like dat

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  8. Opaluwa Friday - October 17, 2019

    I don’t know what else to say concerning this country o, everything is turning upside down

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  9. Sherifat Mondiu - October 17, 2019

    nigeria condition z becoming worse

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  10. olukanni abimbola seyi - October 17, 2019

    nice

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  11. Fasinu Segun - October 17, 2019

    we need the strike to correct tins

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  12. Oyeyemi Habeebulahi - October 17, 2019

    oh. you don’t mean it?

    Reply

  13. lateef simiat - October 17, 2019

    politicians dont fufill their promise

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  14. Juliana Fajobi - October 17, 2019

    don’t let dem strike

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  15. JAPHET FRIDAY - October 17, 2019

    where is the country heading to

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  16. horlarewaju alao - October 17, 2019

    Nigeria is worse

    Reply

  17. bose hadiza - October 17, 2019

    they need to agree with the
    workers
    the workers need to earn big

    Reply

  18. innocent chukwuemeka - October 17, 2019

    political wahala

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  19. Nafiu Ahmed - October 17, 2019

    O yes

    Reply

  20. Franklin Chigazom - October 18, 2019

    ha

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  21. Tobiloba Ogedengbe - October 18, 2019

    unseriousness everywhere

    Reply

  22. horlarewaju alao - October 18, 2019

    Nice

    Reply

  23. Okikiola Abiola - October 19, 2019

    Worse political ever

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  24. Olayiwole Olanshile - October 20, 2019

    Good

    Reply

  25. Oluwaseun Odumusi - October 27, 2019

    God will take personal control

    Reply

  26. Oguntuyi Olayemi - November 13, 2019

    Its their right

    Reply

  27. Jonah Ojodomo Friday - November 20, 2019

    That is Nigeria

    Reply

  28. ABUBAKAR ALAMEEN - November 21, 2019

    Hhhhh

    Reply

  29. John Aliyu - December 4, 2019

    why na

    Reply

  30. Blessing Atahi Umoru - December 7, 2019

    Where is this country taking us to

    Reply



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