Minimum Wage: Atiku Restates His Commitment to a Living Wage

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Former Vice President of Nigeria Atiku Abubakar welcomes the news that the Federal Government has agreed to pay the ₦30,000 minimum wage it had previously negotiated with the Nigerian Labour Congress, the Trade Union Congress and other labour affiliates.

As he said last week, he is committed to a living wage and one of the pillars of his soon to be launched policy document is making workers welfare a priority.

The Nigerian worker is the goose that lays the golden egg and is worthy of the best pay that Nigeria can afford.

The former Vice President commends the patriotism displayed by the leadership of the Nigerian Labour Congress and its affiliates in calling off the planned nationwide strike. In addition to this, he calls on the National Assembly to speedily pass legislation that makes the new Minimum Wage a statutory requirement.

The Waziri Adamawa further calls on the Buhari administration to keep to its word and abide by the new minimum wage agreement.

No sacrifice is too great to make for us to Get Nigeria Working Again and that is what the Atiku Presidential Campaign Organisation is all about. Atiku means JOBS, jobs that would pay the minimum wage and above because Nigeria should benefit the masses and not those who are in top government positions.

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