In the ongoing battle over Nigeria’s national minimum wage, the Federal Government has raised its offer to N62,000. This move comes after organized labor significantly lowered its demand from N494,000 to N250,000.

Despite these adjustments, the Tripartite Committee on New National Minimum Wage ended its meeting without reaching a consensus, resulting in an adjournment.

The organized private sector has aligned with the government’s proposal, supporting the N62,000 offer.


As the negotiation stalemate continues, the nation eagerly awaits further developments.

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