Nigerian Workers Ready For Strike As Fed. Govt. Resumes Negotiation

It may be crunch time in Nigeria as the country’s workers square off with the President Muhammadu Buhari government today (Tuesday) to resolve their disagreement in the negotiation of consequential adjustment.
The take-off date for the implementation of the new minimum wage was put at April 18, 2019 when Buhari signed the bill into law.
Speaking ahead of a resumption of discussion today (Tuesday) in Abuja, the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, said the government wanted to end negotiation on the consequential adjustment before the end of November to allow for smooth implementation of the new minimum wage.
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