FG, NLC, TUC Reach Agreement on Minimum Wage

The Federal Government (FG) and Organized Labour have signed an agreement, bringing an end to the industrial action that had crippled the nation. 

The tripartite meeting of the National Minimum Wage committee, which commenced at 5 pm, yielded a fruitful resolution.

According to the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), President Bola Tinubu is committed to implementing a minimum wage of over ₦60,000. 

SGF also assured that no worker will be victimized as a result of the industrial action.

Describing the meeting as “realistic and productive,” the SGF expressed optimism about the outcome. The tripartite committee, comprising the FG, NLC, and TUC, will meet daily for one week to ensure a seamless implementation of the agreement.

The National Security Adviser and Minister of Power were also in attendance at the meeting.


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  1. What a stupid agreement, 60k? When Edo is already paying 70k. No more labour leaders but self serving individuals. You were making noise for 60k when fg already added 35k to existing wages for the first 6months after subsidy removal. Except this is not true. Hide your face in shame

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