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Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by Alphafeezay(m): 11:35am On Sep 16
The staff of Public Complaints Commission are currently protesting non implementation of the new Minimum Wage and 17 months unpaid arrears since April 2019.

All the offices are shutdown and till their demands are met.

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by Alphafeezay(m): 11:44am On Sep 16

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by SmartProf(m): 11:48am On Sep 16
If a commission that is set up to receive and redress complaints lodged by aggrieved citizens against administrative injustice is embarking on strike cos their own complaints has not been heard, it means wahala dey. They should proceed to Aso Rock, and let their spokesperson put his mouth in the president's ear and still use a mic to deliver their complain, that's if they need any result.

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by teadrake(m): 11:51am On Sep 16
No sector is working in this shithole. Retrogressive administration

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by MANNABBQGRILLS: 3:45pm On Sep 16
Again, From all of us @MANNABBQGRILLS,

How to pay minimum wage comfortably,

1. Abolish SECURITY VOTE in NIGERIA. Nigeria will pay N45,000 minimum wage comfortably.

2. a) Abolish CONSTITUENCY PROJECT FUNDS
b) Reduce number of ADVISERS to SENATE PRES(2), HOUSE SPEAKER(2), GOVs(4), PRESIDENT(5), VP(2)
c) Reduce current ALL Political Office Holders PAY CHEQUES by 51.5%, without exception
d) Do away with special remuneration to POLITICAL ADVISERS & PUBLIC SERVANTS e.g; Purchase of Private Vehicles, Houses, granting Govt paid Vacations, paying for 1st & Business Class Transportations, etc, etc...
e) Abolish payment of OVERSEAS MEDICAL BILLS for Political Office Holders.
f) Eliminate PRIVATE PRACTICE in public workforce
g) Eliminate participation of Public Workforce in Partisan Politics.
h) Institute EMPLOYMENT BY MERIT, and eliminate UNDEREMPLOYMENT.
i) Review and eliminate allocation of Govt paid POLITICAL AIDES & SUPPORT STAFF to Political Office Holders.

With (1) + (2) Nigeria would pay a minimum wage of N65,000 comfortably

3. Move Nigeria MORE to Private Sector Driven Economy
a) Privatise ALL MOST of Federal Govt PARASTATALS & reduce Federal Direct Funded AGENCIES to 68% of the present.
b) Privatise ALL of STATE Govt PARASTATALS & reduce State Direct Funded AGENCIES to 19% of the present.
c) Reduce current DIRECT LABOUR JOB participation by 49%
d) Encourage more Working Hours until Nigeria economic stabilizes
e) Discourage UNIONISM in Public Workforce

With (1) + (2) + (3), Nigeria would pay a minimum wage of N101,500 comfortably.


4) Institute DEATH PENALTY to proven THEFT OF PUBLIC FUNDS no matter how little, and LIFE Jail Sentences for COLLABORATORS.

With (1) + (2) + (3) & (4), Nigeria would pay a minimum wage of N203,500 comfortably.

A better Nigeria is all we want.
God bless Nigeria.

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by chinavs9ja(m): 3:46pm On Sep 16
It is only God that can heal our land and deliver us.


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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by 69Ansour69: 3:46pm On Sep 16
Mehhn!
Kai wallahi!
This ain't funny, Mahn!
This life ain't just balance...
After workin' all day lika' Trojan, endin' up gettin' em' fvcked up...
I can feel the pain, Mahn
Sh!t happens sha

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by Brandstudio01: 3:46pm On Sep 16
Hnnm
Everyday one theory.

When will we enjoy sad news free Nigeria

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by chibu4u2(m): 3:46pm On Sep 16
shocked

Every sector of the economy is protesting.......mehn this country don cast tay tay

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by ForeThinker: 3:46pm On Sep 16
If you want to know what a man’s like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by bro4u: 3:47pm On Sep 16
This regime has broken a new record of having the highest number of industrial actions from almost all the unions. People that almost never go to strike are now striking hard. E be things grin grin Next level ni Yagi level ko

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by Newbiee: 3:47pm On Sep 16
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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by Perfecttouchade: 3:47pm On Sep 16
Lobaatan

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by Perfecttouchade: 3:47pm On Sep 16
Lobaatan.
Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by Newbiee: 3:48pm On Sep 16
Complaint commission also complaining?

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by UDUJ(m): 3:49pm On Sep 16
It is evil and a criminal act to owe workers 17 months arrears. Some people have no conscience at all. How do these people sleep at night? Damn this country is sick.

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by Joker09(m): 3:50pm On Sep 16
Nice move. I thought ppl don't like to protest in this country for their rights. Hunger&frustration is already pushing ppl out to protest now, we can only fight for what we want, no God will come from above to help us.

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by Yankee101: 3:51pm On Sep 16
Chai

Even public complaints?

Who others go complain to now?

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by olowo1930: 3:52pm On Sep 16
Naa waaa for this country, God help us heal
this seek land.
Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by pleasureosondu: 3:53pm On Sep 16
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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by SenseBoy(m): 3:54pm On Sep 16
Public complaint commission going on strike shows that this government are dragging Nigeria into the pit. Very sad

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by papiwyte(m): 3:57pm On Sep 16
Give us our money.....

Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by gotex: 3:59pm On Sep 16
Damm Nigger, these staff don't know that minimum wage is for ministries not parastatals. When u add upon their allowances and other stuffs illegally given to them u find out the least paid earns more than min wage
Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by LadySarah(f): 4:01pm On Sep 16
One of those offices where ppl do nothing.
The have not even given an ear to SERAP let alone common peoples complaints.

Who goes there anyway?

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by proclinician: 4:03pm On Sep 16
Problem is who will simplyleo and mannabbqgrill complain their misery to now that organization that take complaints is on strike because nobody hear there own complains. grin grin grin

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by opalu: 4:05pm On Sep 16
Okay
Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by landforeast: 4:07pm On Sep 16
Is Buhari aware of the latest happenings in Nigeria?

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by seguno2: 4:09pm On Sep 16
MANNABBQGRILLS:
Again, From all of us @MANNABBQGRILLS,

How to pay minimum wage comfortably,

1. Abolish SECURITY VOTE in NIGERIA. Nigeria will pay N45,000 minimum wage comfortably.

2. a) Abolish CONSTITUENCY PROJECT FUNDS
b) Reduce number of ADVISERS to SENATE PRES(2), HOUSE SPEAKER(2), GOVs(4), PRESIDENT(5), VP(2)
c) Reduce current ALL Political Office Holders PAY CHEQUES by 51.5%, without exception
d) Do away with special remuneration to POLITICAL ADVISERS & PUBLIC SERVANTS e.g; Purchase of Private Vehicles, Houses, granting Govt paid Vacations, paying for 1st & Business Class Transportations, etc, etc...
e) Abolish payment of OVERSEAS MEDICAL BILLS for Political Office Holders.
f) Eliminate PRIVATE PRACTICE in public workforce
g) Eliminate participation of Public Workforce in Partisan Politics.
h) Institute EMPLOYMENT BY MERIT, and eliminate UNDEREMPLOYMENT.
i) Review and eliminate allocation of Govt paid POLITICAL AIDES & SUPPORT STAFF to Political Office Holders.

With (1) + (2) Nigeria would pay a minimum wage of N65,000 comfortably

3. Move Nigeria MORE to Private Sector Driven Economy
a) Privatise ALL MOST of Federal Govt PARASTATALS & reduce Federal Direct Funded AGENCIES to 68% of the present.
b) Privatise ALL of STATE Govt PARASTATALS & reduce State Direct Funded AGENCIES to 19% of the present.
c) Reduce current DIRECT LABOUR JOB participation by 49%
d) Encourage more Working Hours until Nigeria economic stabilizes
e) Discourage UNIONISM in Public Workforce

With (1) + (2) + (3), Nigeria would pay a minimum wage of N101,500 comfortably.


4) Institute DEATH PENALTY to proven THEFT OF PUBLIC FUNDS no matter how little, and LIFE Jail Sentences for COLLABORATORS.

With (1) + (2) + (3) & (4), Nigeria would pay a minimum wage of N203,500 comfortably.

A better Nigeria is all we want.
God bless Nigeria.

Please let us know who needs a presidential jet to fly his daughter to Bauchi for paparazzi sightseeing?
Who needs a presidential jet parked in London as the Oga enjoys medical tourism after billions budget for Aso Rock clinic?

All these in our country that is the extreme poverty capital of the world, as shown in your picture of ragged, malnourished children?

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by usoroakpan(m): 4:11pm On Sep 16
Alphafeezay:
More






Lalasticlala
it is well

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Re: Public Complaints Commission Staff Protest, Go On Strike Over Minimum Wage by JIMMY1393: 4:11pm On Sep 16
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