Nigeria: Ngige Promises To End Minimum Wage Implementation Controversy

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Returning Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige has assured workers that the controversy surrounding the implementation of the new national minimum wage will soon be laid to rest. He said government is committed to ensuring that workers begin to enjoy the new wage.

Ngige also disclosed that he refused to register the united Labour Congress as a labour federation in his first coming to the ministry because they have not met the legal requirement of having 12 brand new labour unions, even though they currently have about 18 unions in their fold.

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