The organized labour in Nasarawa State has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to expedite action and sign into law the National Minimum Wage Bill without further delay.
Chairman of Nigeria Labour Congress, Comrade Abdullahi Adeka and his counterpart in the Trade Union Congress in the state Comrade Danladi Namo made the call in Lafia while speaking with Radio Nigeria on the their expectations on the passage of The National Minimum Wage Bill by the senate recently.
The labour leaders said that urgent implementation of the Minimum wage was the best thing the federal government can do to reciprocate the patience and sacrifices of Nigerian workers.
They Commended the National Assembly for approving the new minimum wage bill describing it as labour friendly steps in the right direction.
Comrade Adeka and Comrade Namo also called on state governors to do the needful and comply with the implementation of N30,000 minimum wage to avoid industrial disharmony.