Shehu Sani slams Silence And Lack Of Action At NEC Meeting “Minimum Wage Has Entered Voicemail”

Shehu Sani slams Silence And Lack Of Action At NEC Meeting "Minimum Wage Has Entered Voicemail"The former senator from Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, responded to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and state governors’ silence on the minimum wage issue in a recent remark posted on his official X account.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

This criticism comes after the National Economic Council (NEC) meeting held yesterday, where many hoped the longstanding wage issue would be addressed.

The meeting, chaired by Vice President Kashim Shettima and attended by President Tinubu, left millions of Nigerians and organized labour awaiting clarity.

Despite the anticipation, no resolution was reached regarding the minimum wage.

“Minimum wage has entered voicemail,” Shehu Sani wrote.

Shehu Sani’s statement highlights the frustration felt by many citizens.

The NEC meeting raised hopes among observers that a decision on the minimum wage, which has been a contentious issue, would finally be made.

However, the absence of any discussion or resolution on this matter has disappointed many, including Sani, who has been vocal about the need for immediate action.

Sani’s statement underlines the urgency and importance of addressing the minimum wage issue, which affects millions of Nigerian workers.

The lack of progress on this front has left many questioning the commitment of the government to improving the livelihoods of its citizens.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>