President Tinubu Submits New Minimum Wage Bill To National Assembly

Nigeria’s President, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has sent a new bill to the National Assembly to increase the country’s minimum wage. The bill aims to raise the minimum wage from N30,000 (about $60) to N60,000 (about $120) per month. This change is long overdue, as workers have been demanding a review of the current minimum wage since 2019.

The proposed increase is a significant 100% rise and will have a huge impact on the lives of millions of Nigerian workers. The President’s decision to send the bill to the National Assembly shows his commitment to improving the welfare of Nigerian workers and boosting the country’s economy.

Labor leaders have welcomed the news, saying it’s a step in the right direction. However, they want the National Assembly to pass the bill quickly so that workers can start benefiting from the increase without delay.

The proposed minimum wage increase has brought hope to many Nigerian workers who are struggling with the harsh economic conditions and high cost of living in the country. Now, everyone is waiting for the National Assembly to pass the bill and implement it quickly.


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