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Minimal Salary: Labour Provides Anambra 14-Day Ultimatum
The arranged labour in Anambra State on Monday gave the state govt a 14- day ultimatum to put into effect the brand new minimal salary or be ready to stand commercial motion.
At an emergency assembly of the state government council of the organised labour in Awka, the unionists expressed dissatisfaction with the implementation of the January 24 settlement with the federal government at the factor.
The state chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress, (NLC), Jerry Nnubia mentioned what’s being carried out fell in need of what the labour negotiated with the federal government.
“The SEC determined to satisfy at the factor and took the vital choice. We’re disappointed and we frown on the choice of the federal government to renege at the settlement.
“We hereby give the federal government a 14- day ultimatum from as of late, and then the arranged labour would now not ensure commercial cohesion within the state.
“The state govt didn’t observe the agreed chart with the arranged labour within the state and so far as we’re involved, the variation we noticed within the salaries of staff in January used to be only a bonus which govt determined to provide to staff.”
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