Ozo-Esan gave this assurance in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Abuja.
The President of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) of Nigeria, Bobboi Kaigama, announced on Wednesday that a new amount agreed on by the Federal Government and labour to serve as Nigeria’s new minimum wage would be announced next month.
Some of the Civil servants, who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday in Abuja, said it would amount to double standard on the part of the government if it reneged on the September deadline.
Okoh made the appeal in his presidential address at the Second Session of the 10th Synod of the Diocese of Abuja, holding at Basilica of Grace, Gudu, Abuja, on Friday.
Masari, while addressing workers during the 2018 Workers Day celebration in Katsina, said that the Nigeria labour Congress should not only focus on securing a new minimum wage but also on what would make the new wage meaningful.
Ayuba Wabba, President, Nigeria Labour Congress, said this during the 2018 May Day celebration for workers in the country on Tuesday in Abuja.
NANS Public Relations Officer, Bestman Okereafor, made the call in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Enugu.
In a statement in Abuja on Monday, Abubakar said that the minimum wage of ₦18,000 per month (less than $50) as currently obtained was ill-motivating and embarrassing considering the current economic reality.
NLC President, Ayuba Wabba, said this during a Pre-May Day Symposium organised by the NLC and the Trade Union Congress on Monday in Abuja.
The NYSC DG stated this on Monday while fielding questions from newsmen shortly after the swearing-in ceremony of the 2018 Batch ‘A’ corps members at the NYSC orientation camp in Kusalla, Karaye Local Government Area of Kano state.
Sani made the call while speaking with newsmen on Tuesday in Abuja.
Mustapha said this at a dinner and award night organised to mark the Nigeria Labour Congress 40th Anniversary celebration.
Ayuba Wabba, NLC President, said this at the 40th Anniversary of the Congress in Abuja with the theme: “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, National Unity and Social Justice”.
Kiri Mohammed, Acting President of NLC, said this on Thursday in Abuja at the11th Quadrennial Conference of the Nigeria Civil Service Union, Federal Council, with the theme: “Equipping the Union to Face the Challenges of 21stCentury”.
NLC President, Ayuba Wabba, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Abuja.
The workers, under the auspices of Senior Staff Association of Universities’ Teaching Hospitals, Research Institutes and Associated Institutions, made the appeal in a communique at the end of their meeting in Lagos.