Monday , February 18 2019

Minimum wage bill: Senate sets up committee, says Buhari silent on N30, 000 for federal workers

    The Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, on Thursday, clarified that President Muhammadu Buhari, did not specify a separate minimum wage for federal workers in the new bill he forwarded to the federal parliament on Wednesday evening.

    Ekweremadu said Buhari only asked the National Assembly to deliberate on and approve a new minimum wage of N27, 000 for Nigerian workers.

    Read More;https://punchng.com/minimum-wage-bill-senate-sets-up-committee-says-buhari-silent-on-n30-000-for-federal-workers/

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