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Tuesday, June 04, 2024

Nigerian Govt And Organised Labour Sign Agreement Over Minimum Wage Brouhaha

The Federal Government and the Organised labour, on Monday night signed an agreement over the minimum wage controversy.


The agreement was signed after a marathon meeting brokered by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Senator George Akume.
The meeting was convened in response to the nationwide strike which grounded activities across the country.

Details of the agreement below:

RESOLUTIONS REACHED AT THE MEETING BETWEEN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE ORGANISED LABOUR HELD ON MONDAY 3RD JUNE, 2024


Further to the negotiation by the Tripartite Committee on National Minimum Wage (NMW) and subsequent withdrawal of Labour from negotiation, the Leadership of the National Assembly intervened on 2nd June, 2024. The Organised Labour declared nationwide strike on Monday, 3rd June, 2024 to drive home its demands.

2. The Federal Government, in the National interest, convened a meeting with Labour held in the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, on Monday 3rd June, with a view to ending the strike action.

3. After exhaustive deliberation and engagement by both parties, the following resolutions were reached:

1. The President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria is committed to a National Minimum Wage that is higher than N60,000;

II. Arising from the above, the Tripartite Committee is to meet everyday for the next one week with a view to arriving at an agreeable National Minimum Wage;

III. Labour in deference to the high esteem of the President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria’s commitment in (ii) above undertakes to convene a meeting of its organs immediately to consider this commitment; and

IV. No worker would be victimized as a result of the industrial action.
Done in Abuja on the 3rd of June, 2024.
Signed
For the Federal Government of Nigeria:
1. Mohammed Idris
03/08/24

Minister of Information and National Orientation
2. Hon. Nkeiruka Onyejeocha
Nerf 3/6/24

Minister of State for Labour and Employment
For the Organised Labour:

1. Joe Ajaero
President, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)

2. Festus Osifo
President, Trade Union Congress (TUC)


21 comments:

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    1. The pay is unrealistic, but we need pay rise urgently.
      What about the private sector that pay graduate N70k?

      Mao Akuh

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  2. Na today I no say labour union no get sense. The federal government is committed to a minimum way that is higher than 60,000 naira and they signed? When there is no specific increase as to what the actual minimum wage will be? Hahahahahaha now I see why tinubu was able to win the election. Nigerians are smart but not intelligent. Cunny man die, Cunny man bury am. Labour union will learrrnnnn the hard way.

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    1. Could even be 61,000....smh

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    2. This crossed my mind. Yeye.

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    3. They have not called off the strike yet
      The agreement is a commitment to negotiate for over 60k

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  3. I pray it comes to a good end especially for workers and Nigeria people. NEPA we need you too my phone battery is low.

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  4. So, work continues. My own is that PHCN should restore power supply.

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    1. Na that one dey pain people pass for this strike

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  5. Nepa own na him pain people pass? Abeg they should have mercy and come to agreement and end all these..

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  6. Nonsense! Strike wey don manage dey effective..una misuse am. Who calls off strike based on empty promises. Committed to going above 60,000 can even mean 60,200 naira. This thing jst vex me.

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  7. I wonder why NLC can't tell FG to be specific, which one is minimum wage higher than 60k? If not for NEPA wey join, I for like the strike to continue.

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    1. Anon,I swear... Nah Nepa own pain me pass

      E remain small dem for steal my phone for where I go charge yesterday 🤣🤣🤣if not I for don dey collect second drip for hospital by this time because my phone means everything to me ooo

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    2. 😂😂 Nepa is affecting everyone truly and they know it that is why they joined. But It won’t be bad if the government makes it N100,000. A figure achievable and wouldn’t affect the government, but then ????????

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  8. I just hope states workers will also benefit from this.

    NEPA, they have called off the strike can you please tell Raimi to on light back? Wucked somebody, when others were sleeping,Raimi dey off light for 2am

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    1. You no well o🤣 my husband's cousin working with NEPA name is raheem🤣. Hope you're not referring to him o

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  9. They should be specific about the amount but to be sincere labor really tried this time around, phcn should please restore the light.

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  10. What a cunning promise, what if it's 61k or highest 65k? Na wah o, federal government just play them.

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