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the threat of 'no work, no pay' shall not deter the workers from carrying out legitimate duties to actualise the minimum wage

That the threat of 'no work, no pay' shall not deter the workers from carrying out legitimate duties to actualise the minimum wage. We enjoin the government to take note of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention 87, to which Nigeria is a signatory. The convention allows the workers and employers to have the right to manage their affairs without government interference.

“We, therefore, reject the white paper which is meant to cripple labour agitation for the welfare of its members and the society in general.”


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