PHOTOS: Saraki signs N30,000 National Minimum Wage Bill


Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki on Wednesday, March 20th 2019 signed the National Minimum Wage Bill, 2019 (SB 722) as passed by the Nigerian Senate.

As earlier reported by otondo.com.ng on Tuesday, the Senators adopted the N30,000 figure as the proposed new minimum wage for Nigerian workers.

The lawmakers had promised to give an accelerated hearing to the bill to ensure workers start benefitting from the new figure as soon as possible.

The bill still needs presidential assent from President Muhammadu Buhari before it can become operational.

NYSC corps members will be paid the N30,000 new minimum wage and additional ten percent of the N30,000, which makes it N33,000 monthly.

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7 comments:

  1. Good day sir,I graduated at 30,will I be able to serve. Please I want to know.
    Thanks

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    1. According to nysc, you should not be more than 30yrs

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    2. It depends on d day and month even if u are 30

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  2. Nice please let it be permanent

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  3. It depends on your year of graduation,if you graduate before 30yrs definitely you will.

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  4. Is d increment of allawee actually true?

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  5. I'll like to know which batch is likely to receive the new payment

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