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FG inaugurates Tripartite Committee on Minimum Wage


As part of efforts to improve the welfare of Nigerian workers, the Federal Government has inaugurated the 37-man Tripartite Committee on National Minimum Wage.

The committee is saddled with the responsibility of renegotiating and recommending a new minimum wage, alongside all other related issues.

Inaugurating the Committee today at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, Vice President Kashim Shettima urged the members to engage the spirit of collective bargaining in their deliberations, while being fair to all parties involved.

He urged the Committee to complete it’s deliberations and submit it’s report promptly, emphasizing the importance of the timely conclusion to the processes of implementing the new minimum wage.

Responding, former Head of the Civil Service of the Federation and Chairman of the Tripartite Committee, Goni Bukar Aji, assured that the committee will commence intensive deliberations that will culminate in fair and sustainable minimum wage for the benefit of all Nigerians

The Committee’s inaugural meeting commences today at the State House Banquet Hall.

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