NOV 6 STRIKE: FG, Labour part1 meeting end in deadlock

Ahead of Tuesday’s industrial action, a consensus is yet to be reached on the new national minimum wage at an ongoing meeting in Abuja, arranged by the tripartite committee set up by the Federal Government to attend to Labour’s demand.

The situation is however, temporary as the committee would convene again by 10pm tonight to find a common ground with members of the organised Labour.

At the end of the first meeting, Ama Pepple, Chairman of the committee and former Head of Service of the Federation, told newsmen that two figures — N24,000 proposed by the government and that of organized Labour (N30,000) were considered as the new minimum wage, but no decision was reached.

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