The Osun State chapter of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) stormed the state Home of Meeting on Wednesday to protest the proposed removing of the minimal wage from the unique record to the concurrent record.
The NLC in Osun joined their colleagues throughout Nigeria to protest the transfer by the Nationwide Meeting.
The employees led by the chairman of NLC in Osun, Jacob Adekomi converged on the Ogo-Oluwa space and marched to the Osun Meeting.
DAILY POST had reported that members of the unions residing within the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Ogun, Lagos states earlier stormed the Nationwide Meeting Advanced demanding reversal of the legislative motion.
Speaker of Osun Home of Meeting, Timothy Owoeye mentioned, “Something that issues the employees is Governor Gboyega Oyetola precedence. Regardless of the paucity of fund, he has been capable of implement the minimal wage. There are some issues now we have denied ourselves only for the sake of the minimal wage. We’ve got assured you that with out you, the event of the state is not going to be potential.
“Let me guarantee you on behalf of my colleagues, that we’re completely for you. Along with your cooperation, you’ll proceed to take pleasure in no matter you are supposed to take pleasure in.
Minimal wage: NLC storms Osun Meeting