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    Minimum wage: labour, Trade union give governors new deadline to implement payment 

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    Trade Union: State governors have been urged to comply with the newly approved N30,000 minimum wage for workers in their states

    -In similar way Labour union also issued a deadline of the expected approval of the new minimum wage from the states – The labour union said state governments will experience a shutdown if the implementation of the new minimum wage is not complied with

      Leadership of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) on Thursday, January 9 2020, issued a fresh ultimatum to state governors over the implementation of the newly FG approved minimum wage.

    The union said that all state governments that failed to comply with the implementation of the new N30,000 minimum wage by January 31 2020, will face an industrial action by its members in such state.

    A statement  released on Thursday, January 9, by the union said all state chapters across Nigeria have been directed to mobilise for a strike action ahead of the deadline.

    The president of TUC, Quadri Olaleye, noting that only six states have complied with the implementation process said the labour union will shut any state yet to comply with the implementation process.

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