N30,000 minimum wage, another election promise delivered – APC

By Omeiza Ajayi
ABUJA: The All Progressives Congress APC has commended President Muhammadu Buhari on his assent to the new N30,000 minimum wage for Nigerian workers, describing it as another election promise fulfilled.

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In a statement Friday in Abuja, the party through its National Publicity Secretary, Mallam Lanre Issa-Onilu said “truly, our workers deserve a new, improved and implementable minimum wage in view of current economic realities”.

The party said commendably, the welfare of workers has remained a top priority of the President Buhari-led APC administration as exhibited in the federal government bailouts to state governments to pay workers salary, housing schemes for civil servants among other welfare packages.

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“We congratulate stakeholders that ensured the achievement of this laudable feat, particularly the National Assembly, state governors, the Ama Pepple-led tripartite committee, labour/trade unions and indeed Nigerian workers.

“This is another solid demonstration of a President who matches his words with action. Nigerians will recall the President had severally assured of a new and improved national minimum wage for workers.

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“The assent of the N30,000 minimum wage by the president is indeed another election promise delivered”, the party stated.

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