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Ogun to pay N30,500 minimum wage

The Prepared Labour and the Ogun Condition Authorities have agreed on the particular fee of N30,500 minimal wage for workers within the State with effect from January 1, 2020, Nigeria Newspaper studies.

This was contained in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) around the settlement reached and authorized by the representatives of Prepared Labour which comprised: Shared Negotiating Council (JNC), Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Business Union Congress ( TUC) and The Head of Support, Tpl (Mrs.) Amope Chokor, who led specialists delegation.

Nigeria Newspaper learned that each events agreed on the particular Consequential Adjustment of 27 % for grade phase 07, GL 08 (20%), GL 09 (19%), GL 10 in order to 14 (15%) and GL 15 to 17 (14%).

Talking right after signing the MOU, your head of Service counseled the particular Organised Labour for his or her assist and understanding inside the prior eight weeks of settlement and thanked the Chief excutive for the nice gesture that might spur the employees to become extra productive and environment-friendly of their service supply towards the individuals of the State.

“We thank God for the prior eight weeks and at final, we have now agreed with the work and we thank his Excellency, the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, regarding approving #30,500 minimal wage for employees. We consider this good gesture of Regulators will make our employees to become extra productive and environment-friendly, and it’ll translate in order to more practical service provide within the particular State; in order that the individuals can profit from this,” the HoS mentioned.

Talking on behalf of Organised Work, the particular chairman, JNC, Comrade Olanrewaju Folorunsho thanked the Governor for taking the bold step in approving the minimum wage.

Whereas appreciating the particular employees for his or her persistence throughout the negotiation, he billed them to reciprocate the motion by working laborious to provide extra wealth to Ogun State.

On his fifty percent, the Chairman, NLC, Comrade Emmanuel Bankole, stated how the settlement was signed inside the curiosity from the employees of the State after they thought-about the affordability and sustainability, saying it could be a morale enhancer for the employees on the whole.
The Organised Labour and the Ogun State Government have agreed on the payment of N30,500 minimum wage for workers in the State with effect from January 1, 2020, Nigeria Newspaper reports.

This was contained in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the agreement reached and signed by the representatives of Organised Labour which comprised: Joint Negotiating Council (JNC), Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress ( TUC) and The Head of Service, Tpl (Mrs.) Amope Chokor, who led government delegation.
Nigeria Newspaper learnt that both parties agreed on the Consequential Adjustment of 27 percent for grade level 07, GL 08 (20%), GL 09 (19%), GL 10 to 14 (15%) and GL 15 to 17 (14%).

Speaking after signing the MOU, the Head of Service commended the Organised Labour for their support and understanding within the past eight weeks of negotiation and thanked the Governor for the good gesture which would spur the workers to be more productive and efficient in their service delivery to the people of the State.
“We thank God for the past eight weeks and finally, we have agreed with the labour and we thank his Excellency, the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, for approving #30,500 minimum wage for workers. We believe that this good gesture of Government will make our workers to be more productive and efficient, and it will translate to more effective service delivery in the State; so that the people can benefit from it,” the HoS said.
Speaking on behalf of Organised Labour, the chairman, JNC, Comrade Olanrewaju Folorunsho thanked the Governor for taking the bold step in approving the minimum wage.

While appreciating the workers for their patience during the negotiation, he charged them to reciprocate the gesture by working hard to bring more wealth to Ogun State.
On his part, the Chairman, NLC, Comrade Emmanuel Bankole, said that the agreement was signed in the interest of the workers of the State after they considered its affordability and sustainability, saying that it would be a morale booster for the workers in general.
The Organised Labour and the Ogun State Government have agreed on the payment of N30,500 minimum wage for workers in the State with effect from January 1, 2020, Nigeria Newspaper reports.

This was contained in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the agreement reached and signed by the representatives of Organised Labour which comprised: Joint Negotiating Council (JNC), Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress ( TUC) and The Head of Service, Tpl (Mrs.) Amope Chokor, who led government delegation.
Nigeria Newspaper learnt that both parties agreed on the Consequential Adjustment of 27 percent for grade level 07, GL 08 (20%), GL 09 (19%), GL 10 to 14 (15%) and GL 15 to 17 (14%).

Speaking after signing the MOU, the Head of Service commended the Organised Labour for their support and understanding within the past eight weeks of negotiation and thanked the Governor for the good gesture which would spur the workers to be more productive and efficient in their service delivery to the people of the State.
“We thank God for the past eight weeks and finally, we have agreed with the labour and we thank his Excellency, the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, for approving #30,500 minimum wage for workers. We believe that this good gesture of Government will make our workers to be more productive and efficient, and it will translate to more effective service delivery in the State; so that the people can benefit from it,” the HoS said.
Speaking on behalf of Organised Labour, the chairman, JNC, Comrade Olanrewaju Folorunsho thanked the Governor for taking the bold step in approving the minimum wage.

While appreciating the workers for their patience during the negotiation, he charged them to reciprocate the gesture by working hard to bring more wealth to Ogun State.
On his part, the Chairman, NLC, Comrade Emmanuel Bankole, said that the agreement was signed in the interest of the workers of the State after they considered its affordability and sustainability, saying that it would be a morale booster for the workers in general.
The Organised Labour and the Ogun State Government have agreed on the payment of N30,500 minimum wage for workers in the State with effect from January 1, 2020, Nigeria Newspaper reports.

This was contained in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the agreement reached and signed by the representatives of Organised Labour which comprised: Joint Negotiating Council (JNC), Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress ( TUC) and The Head of Service, Tpl (Mrs.) Amope Chokor, who led government delegation.
Nigeria Newspaper learnt that both parties agreed on the Consequential Adjustment of 27 percent for grade level 07, GL 08 (20%), GL 09 (19%), GL 10 to 14 (15%) and GL 15 to 17 (14%).

Speaking after signing the MOU, the Head of Service commended the Organised Labour for their support and understanding within the past eight weeks of negotiation and thanked the Governor for the good gesture which would spur the workers to be more productive and efficient in their service delivery to the people of the State.
“We thank God for the past eight weeks and finally, we have agreed with the labour and we thank his Excellency, the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, for approving #30,500 minimum wage for workers. We believe that this good gesture of Government will make our workers to be more productive and efficient, and it will translate to more effective service delivery in the State; so that the people can benefit from it,” the HoS said.
Speaking on behalf of Organised Labour, the chairman, JNC, Comrade Olanrewaju Folorunsho thanked the Governor for taking the bold step in approving the minimum wage.

While appreciating the workers for their patience during the negotiation, he charged them to reciprocate the gesture by working hard to bring more wealth to Ogun State.
On his part, the Chairman, NLC, Comrade Emmanuel Bankole, said that the agreement was signed in the interest of the workers of the State after they considered its affordability and sustainability, saying that it would be a morale booster for the workers in general.
The Organised Labour and the Ogun State Government have agreed on the payment of N30,500 minimum wage for workers in the State with effect from January 1, 2020, Nigeria Newspaper reports.

This was contained in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the agreement reached and signed by the representatives of Organised Labour which comprised: Joint Negotiating Council (JNC), Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress ( TUC) and The Head of Service, Tpl (Mrs.) Amope Chokor, who led government delegation.
Nigeria Newspaper learnt that both parties agreed on the Consequential Adjustment of 27 percent for grade level 07, GL 08 (20%), GL 09 (19%), GL 10 to 14 (15%) and GL 15 to 17 (14%).

Speaking after signing the MOU, the Head of Service commended the Organised Labour for their support and understanding within the past eight weeks of negotiation and thanked the Governor for the good gesture which would spur the workers to be more productive and efficient in their service delivery to the people of the State.
“We thank God for the past eight weeks and finally, we have agreed with the labour and we thank his Excellency, the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, for approving #30,500 minimum wage for workers. We believe that this good gesture of Government will make our workers to be more productive and efficient, and it will translate to more effective service delivery in the State; so that the people can benefit from it,” the HoS said.
Speaking on behalf of Organised Labour, the chairman, JNC, Comrade Olanrewaju Folorunsho thanked the Governor for taking the bold step in approving the minimum wage.

While appreciating the workers for their patience during the negotiation, he charged them to reciprocate the gesture by working hard to bring more wealth to Ogun State.
On his part, the Chairman, NLC, Comrade Emmanuel Bankole, said that the agreement was signed in the interest of the workers of the State after they considered its affordability and sustainability, saying that it would be a morale booster for the workers in general.
The Organised Labour and the Ogun State Government have agreed on the payment of N30,500 minimum wage for workers in the State with effect from January 1, 2020, Nigeria Newspaper reports.

This was contained in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the agreement reached and signed by the representatives of Organised Labour which comprised: Joint Negotiating Council (JNC), Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress ( TUC) and The Head of Service, Tpl (Mrs.) Amope Chokor, who led government delegation.
Nigeria Newspaper learnt that both parties agreed on the Consequential Adjustment of 27 percent for grade level 07, GL 08 (20%), GL 09 (19%), GL 10 to 14 (15%) and GL 15 to 17 (14%).

Speaking after signing the MOU, the Head of Service commended the Organised Labour for their support and understanding within the past eight weeks of negotiation and thanked the Governor for the good gesture which would spur the workers to be more productive and efficient in their service delivery to the people of the State.
“We thank God for the past eight weeks and finally, we have agreed with the labour and we thank his Excellency, the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, for approving #30,500 minimum wage for workers. We believe that this good gesture of Government will make our workers to be more productive and efficient, and it will translate to more effective service delivery in the State; so that the people can benefit from it,” the HoS said.
Speaking on behalf of Organised Labour, the chairman, JNC, Comrade Olanrewaju Folorunsho thanked the Governor for taking the bold step in approving the minimum wage.

While appreciating the workers for their patience during the negotiation, he charged them to reciprocate the gesture by working hard to bring more wealth to Ogun State.
On his part, the Chairman, NLC, Comrade Emmanuel Bankole, said that the agreement was signed in the interest of the workers of the State after they considered its affordability and sustainability, saying that it would be a morale booster for the workers in general.
The Organised Labour and the Ogun State Government have agreed on the payment of N30,500 minimum wage for workers in the State with effect from January 1, 2020, Nigeria Newspaper reports.

This was contained in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the agreement reached and signed by the representatives of Organised Labour which comprised: Joint Negotiating Council (JNC), Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress ( TUC) and The Head of Service, Tpl (Mrs.) Amope Chokor, who led government delegation.
Nigeria Newspaper learnt that both parties agreed on the Consequential Adjustment of 27 percent for grade level 07, GL 08 (20%), GL 09 (19%), GL 10 to 14 (15%) and GL 15 to 17 (14%).

Speaking after signing the MOU, the Head of Service commended the Organised Labour for their support and understanding within the past eight weeks of negotiation and thanked the Governor for the good gesture which would spur the workers to be more productive and efficient in their service delivery to the people of the State.
“We thank God for the past eight weeks and finally, we have agreed with the labour and we thank his Excellency, the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, for approving #30,500 minimum wage for workers. We believe that this good gesture of Government will make our workers to be more productive and efficient, and it will translate to more effective service delivery in the State; so that the people can benefit from it,” the HoS said.
Speaking on behalf of Organised Labour, the chairman, JNC, Comrade Olanrewaju Folorunsho thanked the Governor for taking the bold step in approving the minimum wage.

While appreciating the workers for their patience during the negotiation, he charged them to reciprocate the gesture by working hard to bring more wealth to Ogun State.
On his part, the Chairman, NLC, Comrade Emmanuel Bankole, said that the agreement was signed in the interest of the workers of the State after they considered its affordability and sustainability, saying that it would be a morale booster for the workers in general.