Details Of FG, Labour Wednesday meeting revealed

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The meeting between the Federal Government and Labour on Wednesday evening ended in a deadlock again.

The minimum wage tripartite committee said it is yet to receive the federal government’s template.

This is barely twenty-four hours after organised labour suspended strike to continue talks.

Both the Trade Union Congress President, Festus Osifo, and the minister of state for Labour, Nkeiru Onyejeocha confirmed this to AIT at the end of another inconclusive Minimum wage Tripartite meeting.


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While labour disclosed that the government has not presented any amount higher than N60, 000, the government maintained that it is working on a template that will be acceptable to not only organised labour but the organised private sector.

The June 5 minimum wage tripartite committee meeting had in attendance the Minister of Finance and coordinating Minister of the Economy, Wale Edun, Kwara State Governor, Abdulrazak Abdularaham and the Head of the Federal civil service, Folasade Yemi-Esan.


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