Minimum Wage: NLC, TUC Urged Not to Accept Anything Less Than N250k, Given Reason

  • APC chieftain Timi Frank has called on the leadership of organised labour not to accept anything less than N250,000 as the new minimum wage
  • The former APC national publicity secretary made the call while reacting to the recent rumour that the federal government may consider N105,000 as the new minimum wage
  • Frank accused the federal government of playing a double standard with the recent 300 per cent increase in the salaries of judicial officers passed by the judiciary

Former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank, on Friday, called on the leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress to reject any minimum wage offer from the federal government that is less than N250,000.00 per month.

Frank, in a statement sent to TheTalk.NG reacted to reports of the Federal Government’s alleged offer of N105,000.00 to workers as the new minimum wage during their ongoing tripartite negotiation.

The NLC and TUC has been urged by Timi Frank, a chieftain of the APC, not to accept anything less than N250,000 as the new minimum wage, accusing the President Bola Tinubu-led federal government of playing double standard for increasing judiciary salariesTimi Frank asked, TUC not to accept anything less than N250k as the new minimum wage
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He said:

“Any amount below N250,000.00 cannot be considered a decent wage for Nigerian workers considering the present socio-economic hardship in the country.”

Minimum wage: Tinubu accused of double standard

In a statement in Abuja, Frank accused the President Bola Ahmed Tinubu-led administration of applying double standards in fixing salaries, saying what is good for judicial officeholders is good for Nigerian workers.

According to the Bayelsa-born political activist, Tinubu recently sent a Bill to the National Assembly in which he proposed a 300 per cent increase in the salaries and allowances of Supreme Court Justices, Appeal Court Justices, the President of the National Industrial Court, Judges of the Federal and State High Courts, and Grand Khadi of State Sharia Courts, among others, in the country.

He noted that the Bill was hurriedly passed as proposed by the President in both chambers of the National Assembly and is now awaiting the President’s assent to become enforceable law.

Source: TheTalk.NG


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