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Labour Unions Yet To Reach An Agreement With Government – NLC

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Labour Union leaders with Ministers of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige and Festus Keyamo
Labour Union leaders with Ministers of Labour and Employment, and

The President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (), Dr , has revealed that reports of an agreement with the government on a 20 per cent and 13.5 per cent adjustment for workers on Grade Levels 7-14 and 15-17 are mere speculations as no deal has been made with the Federal Government.

Wabba disclosed that although both parties had made concessions, there were still discussions for an agreement on the salary adjustments.

NLC President, Dr Ayuba Wabba
NLC President, Dr Ayuba Wabba

We have made progress in many areas. The areas we are talking is that of implementation and the consequential adjustment; that is the only subject matter that is under consideration and that is the subject matter we are trying to conclude and ensure that there is an agreement and then we can share with you.

We should work on the basis of information that is credible and we will be able to give you that information at the appropriate time.Ayuba Wabba – pmnewsnigeria.com

Reports of the government agreeing to a 20 per cent consequential adjustment for workers on Grade Levels 7-14 and 13.5 per cent for those on 15-17 had spread yesterday but Wabba said that both parties were still looking at grey areas and had adjourned their meeting to a later time.

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