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Nigeria Governors’ Forum Assures Better National Minimum Wage For Workers

The Nigeria Governors Forum has assured both Nigerians and the organized labour that the ongoing negotiations will result in a better national minimum wage.

A communique released by the acting head of media and public affairs of the forum, Hajiya Halima Ahmed Salihu said the new national minimum wage topped the conversation.

According to the communique ” The meeting discussed the new national minimum wage and agreed to engage with key stakeholders to reach an agreeable solution. We remain dedicated to the process and assure that better wages will result in the ongoing negotiations.”

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Additionally the forum received presentation from the Minister of Women Affairs on the World Bank–Nigeria for Women Project Scale-Up, along with other activities of the Ministry.

Similarly, the acting Country Director of the World Bank, Mr. Taimur Samad highlighted the Bank’s various programmes currently being implemented in States, including the Nigeria Human Capital Opportunities for Prosperity and Equality, Food and Nutrition Security, NFWP-SU: Nigeria For Women Project Scale Up, NG-CARES: Nigeria Community Action (for) Resilience and Economic Stimulus Program, SABER: State Action on Business Enabling Reforms Program, SPIN: Sustainable Power and Irrigation for Nigeria Project.

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The Governors also received a briefing from Mr. Taiwo Oyedele, Chairman of the Presidential Fiscal Policy & Tax Reforms Committee who explained the progress made regarding the ongoing Fiscal Policy and Tax Reforms.



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