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JUST IN: Governors Agree To Pay N22,500 As Minimum Wage

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After arguing back on forth on the issue increment, the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) has settled for N22,500 as new for workers, as against the N30,000 demanded by labour unions.

The governors said this after an emergency meeting of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum in Abuja late on Tuesday.

The Federal Government had earlier offered to pay N24,000 as minimum wage.

Labour had declared that it would order workers to go on strike from November 6, 2018, if the government refused to take a decisive action on its demand.

Tuesday’s meeting of the NGF was attended by the Ministers of Labour and Productivity and that of National Planning, Senator , and Senator Udoma Udoma, respectively.

Chairman of the NGF, who is also the Governor of State, Mr , who briefed journalists after the meeting, said the welfare of all Nigerians was uppermost in the minds of the governors.

Earlier, the and the took to major streets in some cities across Nigeria to sensitise the public to its planned nationwide strike scheduled to commence on November 6.

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