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The organised labour rejected❌ the resolution of the House of Representatives seeking the upward⬆ review of the minimum wage for Nigerian workers to N30,000 from the current N18,000. The President of the Trade Union Congress, Bobboi Kaigama, 🔈 that the organised labour is demanding N56,000. The Nigerian Labour Congress on its part, commended the recommendation of the House of Representatives but said that the process to determine an approved minimum wage has started with a tripartite engagement involving the labour, the private sector and the government. The members of the House of Representatives had warned earlier this week that a nationwide strike by workers over low wages could force the country’s economy back into recession. UCJ, UNILORIN.

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