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Friday, 29 April 2016

MATTERS ARISING: Do You Support N56,000 Minimum Wage for Nigerian Workers ?

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The Nigerian Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress yesterday moved the motion for N56,000 minimum wage for civil servants. The groups in a unanimous decision has urged the federal government to do the needful regarding their demand. The demand comes just few weeks to the commemoration of Workers Day on May 1st. Presently the minimum wage for civil servants is N18,000.

QUESTION:
1. Is Nigeria viable enough to pay N56,000 as minimum wage?
2. Is it a right time for NUC & TUC to make the demand?
LET’S HAVE YOUR VIEWS. Thanks.
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Onuh Jude

The answer to both questions is yes...and however,the wage should be reviewed anytime government fails to control inflation

Enyinda Nathaniel Okey

every year youth corpers are told of increases they never get. abeg make we no enter this tantalizer talk because rain dey fall for Lagos today

Chiemevolam Kenneth Okechukwu

i agreed with Onuh Jude!m

Adibe Oti

Yes
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Akintoye Adebareh Abdul Akeem

NLC is mad. dont they hear news? idiot. at this time of the economy?

Louis Adjeks

Granting good incentives to workers is okay but i think the timing is wrong considering the harsh economic reality. Nigeria is not viable at the moment!

Stella Brown

If it's possible 70.000 because come to look at it is under three hundred dollars what is three hundred dollars in months before you take away food transport how will be left

Abiola Mohammed Usman

and they should also increase corpers' allowance

Paul Nwabuebo

Thunder go fire all this Nigeria government nasty set of idiots paying 8,500 for minimum wage. It can buy one day bus pass in London

James Sanjaezzy

@Akintoye Adebareh,if NLC is mad den u are what? Where were u wen ur Senators are receiving cars which amount ‪#‎35m‬ each-Hmmm,think b4 u post Ok.

Bishop George

WOW, #8,500???? I SUPPORT D 56K JARE. DEN D FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CAN MAYBE COM UNDER DIALOG OF 20K WHICH NLC SHOULD ACCEPT 4 NOW DUE TO D ECONOMIC SITUATION. DEY SHOULD ACCEPT NOTHING LESS DAN 20K

Etefia Grace Temitope

Workers day is May 1st not 27th Endy Edeson take note

Dede Adebowale Isaac

Yes, it is a welcome idea. Accepted by me.

Abiola Mohammed Usman

and also present minimum wage is not 8,500 @ Endy-Get ur facts right

Olugbenga Onasoga

wht kind of govt do we have.som idiots r stealin money while d house n senate r collectin huge amount of money.so i support fully n galantly.atleast d minimum way should start frm 50000 n no state govt should say no money cos der embezzlement no b small tin

Isiaka Isaac Yakubu

Nigeria can pay modan dat if dey is no corruption

Atoyebi Abass Akinloye

How much Nigeria political office holder are paying themselves

Atoyebi Abass Akinloye

Yes, how our polithiefical office holders are paying themself

Moses Alex

Over support dy wory me.. If na true o

Awe Oluwaseyi

am sure 50percent of each house of assembly member salary can pay up to 10 minimum national wage of 56 000 naira,if not more,nobody come niger come suffer

Ezeji Nnecky Chidinma

It's even too lil,afterall these so called law breakers nd life destroyers gulp in millions for doing nothing reasonable for Nigeria, what's 56,000?

Salako Saint's Stephen

Let wait and see the outcome of it

Aderoju Sunday Ademola

@ENDY: Presently d minimum wages #18,000.And #56,000 is never to much, No any better time than NOW.!!

Bamidele Cletus

I Support d Nlc, If It Will Not B Politicalize

Endy Edeson

@aderoju: you are right. thanks

David Godswill

I see NLC & TUC negotiating with....later

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