The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) says it’s conscious of the forces behind the invoice looking for to switch minimal wage from the unique record to concurrent record.
The President, Ayuba Wabba, spoke at a gathering with the management of the Home of Representatives on Tuesday in Abuja.
The invoice handed second studying on the Home on February 23.
The labour chief said that the invoice, if handed into regulation, would return Nigeria to slavery.
He argued that the minimal wage was a part of the Worldwide Labour Organisation (ILO) Conference.
Wabba insisted Nigeria should respect the conference being an ILO member state.
The NLC President dismissed the place by some states that they can not maintain N30,000 month-to-month wage.
“Nobody can negotiate under the N30,000, the ILO conference is binding on Nigeria as a sovereign state and never on subnational like states”, he stated..
Home Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila stated the inexperienced chamber would look into the demand by labour.
We’re conscious of forces behind minimal wage invoice – NLC