[News] Minimum Wage: Crisis loom as Kwara union calls for implementation | @iBrandTV

[News] Minimum Wage: Crisis loom as Kwara union calls for implementation | @iBrandTV

 

Minimum Wage: Crisis loom as Kwara union calls for implementation

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Following the non implementation of the
N30,000.00 minimum wage for civil servants Kwara State, the organized labor under the aegis of Joint Kwara Labour Congress [KJLC] has issued a 14-day ultimatum to Governor Abdulrazaq Abdulrahman to intervene over the delay in the implementation.

The union stated that the the 14 days ultimatum starts from January 31,2020.

The organised labour also enjoined its members to observe three days
fasting and prayers between 5th and 7th February, for their demands on the minimum wage to be met.

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The state government had in a radio programme told the Kwarans that
the joint negotiating committee had concluded on the table for the
minimum wage.

The directive is contained in a communiqué jointly signed by Chairmen of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress (TUC ) and Joint Negotiation Committee (JNC) in the state made available to journalists in ilorin.

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