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Minimum wage: NLC takes protest to Ogun Assembly

The Ogun State Chapter of the Nigeria Labour Congress(NLC) on Wednesday staged a protest on the Ogun State Home of Meeting, Okemosan, Abeokuta.

The Ogun NLC is protesting calls by some states for the decentralisation of minimal wage.

The employees, led by Emmanuel Bankole, mentioned the Nationwide Minimal wage is the fitting of Nigerian staff, which should not be hijacked from them below any guise.

In line with Bankole, the nationwide minimal wage is what protects unorganised staff, unskilled and the weak, urging President Muhammadu Buhari to depart it on the unique checklist.

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In his message to the Speaker of the Ogun State Home of Meeting, Olakunle Oluomo, Bankole enjoined him to intervene by guiding members of the home to not vote in assist of the elimination of the minimal wage from the unique checklist.

Bankole defined that the elimination of the minimal wage from the unique checklist would breed poverty and inequality among the many nation’s workforce, saying it’s a declaration of struggle on Nigerian staff.

He burdened that the protest could be the primary stage of the wrestle for the survival and livelihoods of tens of millions of Nigerian staff.

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Responding, the Speaker assured staff that their request could be granted anytime the invoice comes up for debate.

Oluomo promised that every one the calls for of the Ogun NLC could be offered to Governor Dapo Abiodun, noting that every one points affecting staff’ welfare had been being addressed by the State Authorities.

Minimal wage: NLC takes protest to Ogun Meeting

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