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NLC’s Demand For N250,000 Minimum Wage Stands – Ajaero

The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) President, Comrade Joe Ajaero has stated that labour has not changed its demand for ₦250,000 as new minimum wage.

This followed a meeting between FG and Labour leaders which was inconclusive.

Before submitting the new minimum wage law to the National Assembly, President Bola Tinubu expressed the need for additional time to consult with relevant stakeholders.

Speaking to State House Correspondents on Thursday, July 11, after a meeting with President Tinubu and other labour leaders, Ajaero clarified that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss rather than negotiate.

He added that the meeting would continue next week.

Following more than an hour of discussion, labour leaders informed State House correspondents that they would return to the presidential house and return to the people.

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