FG, Labour to meet over strike, minimum wage

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The Federal Government through the National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission, NSIWC, has summoned a meeting of the tripartite committee on the new national minimum wage for tomorrow.

Last meeting of the committee ended abruptly on May 31, after Organised Labour negotiating team walked out following government and organised private sector, OPS, refusal to go beyond the N60,000 they had earlier offered.

Tomorrow’s meeting will be by 10 am.

According to Vanguard, the government is alarmed by the level of compliance and participation by workers in the first day of indefinite nationwide strike.


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A source said if the Federal Government and organized labour reach a reasonable agreement tomorrow, then the strike will be suspended.


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