The Organize labour will meet to decide today in Lagos.

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) are yet to agree on the New Minimum wage with the Federal Government. The Federal Government is delaying the announcement of the New Minimum wage figure as confirmed from the President of the Nigeria Labour Congress,Mr Ayuba Wabba.

Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC),will meet today, Thursday to discuss on the new Minimum Wage for workers as Federal Government is not ready to announce its figure.

The Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr.Chris Ngige have earlier said that there was no agreement yet by the Tripartite Committee on the New figure for the Minimum Mage.

Dr.Chris Ngige further said that negotiations were still going on and the capacity to pay by the three tiers of government remained the principle guiding the Federal Government.

Following the background checking by Adekka TV in the Federal Ministry,the Federal Government is proposing N24,000.The organised labour and the Tripartite Committee on the New National Minimum Wage had completed its assignment for onward submission to President Muhammadu Buhari. Wabba said that the struggle for a new National Minimum Wage for worker was on course, saying that labour was proposing N30, 000 as requested by the organised private sector.

Adekka Tv await the final decision of the Nigeria Labour Congress after today's meeting in Lagos.

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