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Ebonyi Chapter NLC Chairman Commends National Leaders Over Minimum Wage Struggle
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Mr. Leonard Nkah has commended body over the struggle of attaining a sustainable minimum wage.

The state chairman of NLC, Ebonyi chapter, Mr. Leonard Nkah, in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Abakaliki, commends the national leaders over their stronghold over the struggle of the new minimum wage for Nigerian Workers.

According to him, the successful negotiation of a new wage for Nigerian workers by the leadership of organised labour is a demonstration of good virtues and strength of character. NAN NG

He has, however, urge the Federal Government and other authorities to speed up the process of putting the new wage into law to enable Nigerian workers to enjoy a living wage.

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“The organised labour in Ebonyi just ended its meeting this morning, whereby we extolled the virtues and strength of character exhibited by our national leadership, including the Trade Union Congress (TUC), United Labour Congress (ULC) and NLC.

“We commended them for holding on tenaciously on the new national minimum wage until the government came around to accept what had earlier been agreed upon.

“So, we are very happy and we praise the leadership of organised labour in Nigeria for being undaunted in the struggle,” Nkah said.

He opined that once the new national minimum wage was signed into law, that state governors were bound to pay.

“Once the new figure is signed into law, nobody not even the governors has the powers to say that they cannot pay.

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“Anybody who refuses to pay will be going against the law and we don’t envisage that any governor will refuse to pay the new wage once it is signed into law.

“In our own state, the governor has stated his willingness to pay once any amount is agreed upon.

“Once it comes out, organised labour in various states will approach their various state governors for implementation.

“So, we are hopeful and we are not being negative that governors may not pay the new wage once signed, but if it happens we will rise to the occasion,” he added.

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Meanwhile, the agreed upon figure is yet to be announced.


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