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Labour unions react to approval of N30,000 for FG workers, N27,000 for states - New minimum wage

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The Organised Labour in Bayelsa State has commended the approval of N30,000 minimum wage for federal workers and N27,000 for the states by the National Council of State.

The unions, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC), told newsmen on Tuesday in Yenagoa that the approval would improve living conditions of workers.

Mr Tari Daunana, TUC Chairman in the state, said it was good and urged workers to be more diligent and committed to their duties.

Yes, with this approval and increase, Nigerian workers will be able to take care of their basic needs.

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The new minimum wage will add value to the lives of workers; we urge workers to be more diligent and committed to duties.

So, we are all happy, we believe the National Assembly will give it (minimum wage bill) a speedy passage, so that it will come into effect as soon as possible.

I quite believe that the governments action will boost the input of the workers and motivate them for optimal productivity, Daunana added.

Also, the Chairman, Baylesa chapter of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Mr John Ndiomu, urged the Governors to comply with the approval.

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Ndiomu recalled that Gov. Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa promised to pay any approved amount as minimum wage.

A civil servant, Mrs Joy Owei, hailed the approval but expressed worries over paying N27, 000 to states workers.

Owei described it as shortchanging workers in the states.


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