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The Federal Government of President Bola Tinubu has indicated that it will review a list of requests from the Trade Union Congress (TUC), which includes a minimum wage.

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Fuel Subsidy: According to reports, the current administration made the announcement following a meeting with the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) at the State House in Abuja.

Speaking to State House media after a three-hour discussion between the Federal administration and the TUC, Federal Government spokesperson Dele Alake stated that the administration will also consider the practicability of the proposals.

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He stated that the President, Bola Tinubu, will form a tripartite committee comprised of states, organized labor, and the corporate sector to analyze the dynamics of minimum wage augmentation in order to reach an amicable conclusion.

He went on to say that there is no disagreement with the NLC over their demand for a review of the minimum wage or a return to the status quo, and that FG representatives will meet with the President to finalize decisions on the requests.

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He noted that the absence of the NLC does not imply that the party is isolated in the conversation, but that the FG is attempting to reach them, as the parties agreed to reassemble on Tuesday, 24 hours before a scheduled meeting.

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Meanwhile, the TUC has maintained that, in the interest of social dialogue, the Federal Government should reverse the fuel price while discussions continue.

TUC President Festus Osifo expressed optimism after the Federal Government pledged to look into their requests, which include a review of the present minimum wage, among other things.



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