VIDEO: Minimum Wage: “Every dispute will be settled” – Wabba

The negotiation meeting, which started on Tuesday, has yet to reach a resolution even as at Thursday morning.

After seven hours of intensive deliberation between a federal government team and representatives of labour unions, the ongoing negotiation on Nigeria’s minimum adjustment ended inconclusively.

The negotiation meeting, which started on Tuesday, has yet to reach a resolution even as at Thursday morning.

The Wednesday meeting began at 5 pm and ended at 2:15 pm on Thursday.

However, both parties agreed to adjourn the meeting until 7 pm on Thursday to continue deliberation.

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