NLC must accept N62,000 because Organized Private Sector and govt has agreed: Uzodinma says

NLC must accept N62,000 because Organized Private Sector and govt has agreed: Uzodinma says

Hope Uzodinma, the governor of Imo State, has declared that the Nigeria Labour Congress, or NLC, is in the minority at the negotiating table and that the government and the Organized Private Sector have agreed on the amount, so the NLC must accept the proposed N62,000 new minimum wage.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Hope Uzodinma made this statement during a press briefing where he stated that steps government is taking to implement the proposed new minimum wage. During the press briefing, Hope Uzodinma said, “the government and the Organized Private Sector were able to agree. In a meeting of three parties, once two parties agrees, the two becomes the majority.”

“In 2018, the NLC and the Organized Private Sector disagreed on federal government’s N24,000 new minimum wage and N30,000 was adopted. In this case, the government and the Organized Private Sector has agreed on N62,000. It means that the majority position is that N62,000 will be the new minimum wage.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>