Zamfara govt approves payment of N30,000 minimum wage from November

Civil servants in Zamfara State will begin receiving the N30,000 minimal wage stipulated by the Federal Authorities after the state authorities permitted its implementation to start from November.

The approval was contained in an announcement by the State Deputy Governor, Sen. Hassan Nasiha,
issued on Wednesday in Gusau, by the Director-Normal of Press Affairs within the workplace of the Deputy Governor, Babangida Umar.

Nasiha stated he had since obtained the settlement and copies of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by the federal government and commerce unions within the state the place the settlement was reached.

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The Deputy Governor expressed satisfaction with the maturity and understanding demonstrated by the labour unions in the course of the negotiation and engagement with authorities officers.

”Their understanding led to the amicable resolutions to implement the N30,000 minimal wage in November.

”The present financial state of affairs and the lingering safety challenges are amongst components authorities thought-about earlier than agreeing to implement the brand new wage,” Nasiha stated.

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