Nigerian labour congress has expressed worry over the process and adjustments made to the proposed national minimum wage, as promised by President Bola Tinubu.


Chairman of NLC, Joe Ajaero said this while hosting Kogi state governor, Usman Ododo, noting that the union has not received updates on the final details of their negotiation with the minimum wage committee, warning that any adjustment made without due notice will be rejected.


Ajaero also stated that the union raised various issues and had several agreements with the federal government, insisting that the union will not be quite if it senses any foul play.


Members of the organised labour had suspended after the Federal Government expressed the commitment of President Bola Tinubu to raising the N60,000 offered as the minimum wage and working out a realistic living wage.

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