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Zamfara announces date for implementation of N30,000 minimum wage

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Nigeria is celebrating World Teacher's Day on November 1. The day is dedicated to all teachers who have served their country in war, peace, and in the armed forces. It is also a day of celebration for all those who have not been able to serve their country since the war.
2 months ago·Nigeria

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Zamfara announces date for implementation of N30,000 minimum wage

The labour unions, represented by Mr Sani Halilu, Zamfara Chairman of NLC thanked the state government for accepting to implement the new wage for workers.

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Enugu State’s teachers demand full implementation of N30,000 national minimum wage

Teachers in Enugu State on Wednesday demanded full implementation of the N30,000 national minimum wage from the state government.Chairman of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) in the state, Mr Theophilus Odo, said teachers needed to be paid the minimum wage as they were facing challenges.He listed some of the challenges as the withholding of outstanding promotions; non-payment of terminal benefits to retired teachers and non-recruitment of new…

2 months ago·Nigeria
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Enugu teachers demand full implementation of N30,000 minimum wage

An official of the teachers’ union said this year’s celebration was low key, hence the NUT in the state declared prayers, instead of making merry.The post Enugu teachers demand full implementation of N30,000 minimum wage appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

2 months ago·Abuja, Nigeria
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Enugu teachers demand full implementation of N30,000 minimum wage

Teachers in Enugu State on Wednesday demanded full implementation of the N30,000 national minimum wage from the state government.

2 months ago
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