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Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Ngige Says FG Will Increase Salaries Next Year

Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, has promised Nigerian workers that they will get a pay rise next year.




Ngige said this in Awka, the Anambra State capital, during an interactive session with journalists on Tuesday.
He explained that the various committees handling the minimum wage issue would soon come up with a solution.


Ngige said: “minimum wage is a constitutional issue and is in the exclusive list.
“The Nigerian workers are entitled to a review of their pay under the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“The various committees handling this matter are all working hard to realise the objective. Some are at the final stages of their work.”

The former Anambra Governor also noted that the minimum wage would be enforceable by workers in both private and public sectors.

FROM Daily post


*We shall see,next year no far again!


25 comments:

Lizzy T said...

They have not increased yet, they are still owing. Then why are they telling us this news after mmm issue? Are they trying to console us?

LEE70 said...

Increase what!!! When there are still people who have not been paid in months. Who is fooling who?

Uniq Gem said...

Empty promises.

The #5000 stipend they promised the gullible Nigerians, they couldn't fulfill. Now this?

I'm watching and waiting.

Jasmine said...

We are watching. Next year is just some days away

Emmanuella Marshall said...

Na so,sisi stella leave all these politicians,thats how they will b promising upandan,hell is real

SANDY NEKY said...

Shebi these people haff come again with their fake promises. Hmmmmm lemme not rejoice ist until then but I really hope and pray sooo biko..choi*phew*

Fingertrickz #iMix #iProduce #iMaster #freeBies said...

Hmmmm, Next year ke? People that haven't kept their campaign promises? abegy, this is just talk

Fingertrickz #iMix #iProduce #iMaster #freeBies said...

Hmmmm, Next year ke? People that haven't kept their campaign promises? abegy, this is just talk

Chidinma Grace said...

Story story... story

Brown Sucre said...

I just hope it's not increase of pump price,next year is less than 30 days,lets see,and hope they won't drag it till 2018.

olaedo said...

Next year is not far now, we are patiently waiting..

Anonymous said...

Na so them go start, then they will say no the didn't mean Nigerian workers they meant Cotonou

peace maker said...

OK.noted

Loveme Jeje said...

hahahahaha APC keep on deceiving your gullible followers.

Thank God i no dey follow una at all.

That was how they said rice will come down in November, now we have 11 days to Christmas nothing at all.

Shameful party

Anonymous said...

why not pay the one being owed first before you increase? 419 government.

Ben Ibeh said...

Clueless government with a cattle header in charge.

Anonymous said...

Dis one na Tales by moonlight o! No be today we know say yansh de for back o!we don tire for dia stories abeg!

SANDY NEKY said...

Yet*

Kim Kardashian Aka portable queen of sdk blog said...

Mtcheeeeew

Dietitian Nezz! said...

Where do you work?

Lora said...

Amin!

Bethenny said...

I've never seen a regime where federal civil servants are not paid for months. This is the 3rd month. Last dispensation December salary would've been paid by 20th Max, now I've not seen Oct salary and his one is talking increment.

No promotion arrears for the last promotion and I am due for another one this year ( which by the way for the first time no one is even sure when it's happening)

Everything is just upside down.
I regret this change, Aswear

Cynthia Ibhe said...

Stories upon stories...I haven't seen my November salary and this one is talking about increment. The federal government has also increased tax! It's just so sad...

SMALL CHOPS EMPIRE 08031156936, 335B0156 said...

I need to save this page. I know this same man will say tomorrow that he was misquoted. I can't wait for 2019 to come fast.

Anonymous said...

Will the Labor minister and the present administration be able to keep the tandem inflation in check? What will be the real cost of living and quality of life for the average Naija after wages go up? Abeggi, make una swerve.

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