The President of the NLC, Ayuba Wabba, said this while fielding questions from newsmen on Monday in Abuja
Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association
Oshinowo told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos that growth rate was not factored early enough to keep up with the recent development.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the warning comes against the backdrop of the expected announcement of a new minimum wage by the Federal Government later this month.
The Annual General Meeting of the association announced his appointment in Lagos on Tuesday.
Larry Ettah, NECA’ President, gave the advice at the Association’s 61th Annual General Meeting in Lagos.
This was contained in a statement signed by Samuel Olowookere, the Deputy Director, Press, Ministry of Labour and Employment
The Director-General of the Nigeria Employers Consultative Association, Olusegun Oshinowo, made the remarks at a news conference in Lagos
Olusegun Oshinowo, Director-General of NECA, who spoke about the project at a forum in Lagos, said that it was targeted at undergraduates and unemployed youths.
“Nigeria has a population estimated at over 185 million and above 50 per cent of it are youths who are below 30 years, and over 13% of this are unemployed.
Oshinowo said in the statement: "NECA has followed the National Assembly's discussion on the amendment of the Constitution and commends its decision to remove the Minimum Wage from the Exclusive List to the Concurrent List