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Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Startcomm22: 9:25am On May 15
The Labour Veterans and Trade Unionists Assembly has expressed outrage over the wages paid to workers in Borno State, revealing that many are receiving as little as N6,000 to N8,000 as minimum wage

Comrade Isa Tijani, National Interim Chairman of the Labour Veterans, condemned the situation in a statement on Tuesday.

The Labour Veterans also condemned arbitrary deductions from workers’ salaries, warning that if the issue is not addressed, workers in other states might face similar exploitation.

Tijani said, “It pains us to admit that, we now have it on clear record, that, in Borno state, workers in most of the local governments throughout the state, are presently being paid N6000 to N8000 only, as minimum wage. This is not only despicable, but an open case of inhuman slavery in the 21st century.

“We wish to call on the Governor to do the following: Ensure that all entitled workers are paid the prevailing agreed amount even before the new Minimum Wage comes into effect; Stop all forms of arbitrary deductions in the name of palliatives or purchase of cars to local Government Chairmen.


“Taking into cognizance the shameful act that is taking place in Borno state, we are afraid that workers in some states might be experiencing the same fate. Accordingly, it is of vital importance for the Labour Leaders and their members to successfully tackle the sticky and knotty issue of full wage agreements implementation across board, before the new National Minimum Wage regime comes into Law.”

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2024/05/minimum-wage-borno-workers-paid-as-low-as-n6000-to-n8000/

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by PUSSYHOE(m): 9:27am On May 15
Cost of living there maybe extremely low maybe #5, #10 is something over there.

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Ashirioluwa: 9:30am On May 15
PUSSYHOE:
Cost of living there maybe extremely low maybe #5, #10 is something over there.

Really?

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Kukutente23: 9:32am On May 15
I remember some Zombies then campaigning for Zulum to be made VP to "Starboy"

Zombies are a set of brainwashed mugus useful only for media propaganda

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by ForValour: 9:33am On May 15
Maybe a 50kg bag of mango rice is 2000 naira in Borno.

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by tuzeriouz(m): 9:38am On May 15
PUSSYHOE:
Cost of living there maybe extremely low maybe #5, #10 is something over there.
Don't be a puss*, bro!

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by MaziObinnaokija: 9:44am On May 15
sad sad slavery and suffer heads money

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by tommy589(m): 9:53am On May 15
And Prof.Zulum won best governor of 2022. So his performance did not translate to better wages for the state workers

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Deeprooted: 10:05am On May 15
grin
Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Dpharisee: 10:05am On May 15
Kukutente23:
I remember some Zombies then campaigning for Zulum to be made VP to "Starboy"

Zombies are a set of brainwashed mugus useful only for media propaganda
Stop talking about BBQGRILL opinion here, very soon he will call Zulum his Darling Daddy Uncle, that guy is the most annoying Nairalander for many years

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by fixedhollies(m): 10:05am On May 15
Wahala, hope none of these workers are on Band A

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Eriokanmi: 10:06am On May 15
PUSSYHOE:
Cost of living there maybe extremely low maybe #5, #10 is something over there.
Maybe because they eat dust and they don't use fuel and electricity. There's no place in Nigeria today where cost of living is low

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by id4sho(m): 10:06am On May 15
Zulum in the mud. Very wicked man angry

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by fred04(m): 10:07am On May 15
Are tv subscriptions, airtimes, prices of cars etc subsidized in borno state??.

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Brushstrokes20: 10:07am On May 15
Dammmmmmmmnnnn it
The shyyythole is a stupid jok😏😏😏e 🤣🤣😂😂😅😅😁😁😆😆😄😄😝😝😜😜

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by CountinBlessins(m): 10:07am On May 15
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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by sevo(m): 10:07am On May 15
6k as salary

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Sunnymatey(m): 10:09am On May 15
Nigerian politicians are just too greedy, paying peanut to workers while accumulating billions for themselves.

Can they pay such amount to their children as monthly allowance?

To me, it's immoral to pay a civil servant lest than 80 to 100k in today's Nigeria.
Labour should better brace up.

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by BigDawsNet: 10:10am On May 15
Per hour maybe
Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by mastermaestro(m): 10:12am On May 15
Kukutente23:
I remember some Zombies then campaigning for Zulum to be made VP to "Starboy"

Zombies are a set of brainwashed mugus useful only for media propaganda

Normally nau. They always package shit and sell it as moimoi. grin

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Thecorporatesho(m): 10:13am On May 15
PUSSYHOE:
Cost of living there maybe extremely low maybe #5, #10 is something over there.
You have not spoken wisely

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by slivertongue: 10:14am On May 15
Borno state, workers in most of the local governments throughout the state, are presently being paid N6000 to N8000 only, as minimum wage
Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by AbuTwins: 10:15am On May 15
This is extremely poor!

No wonder Boko Haram and ISWAP dey recruit easily!

They'll just promise them from 10k-20k upwards!

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Nwaokunkpara: 10:15am On May 15
Same people that was to rig in APC since 2015 they deserve every inch of the suffering

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by kasim155: 10:15am On May 15
This is not proper at all. 8k as minimum wage when some states are even paying like 35k to 40k and we are even saying it is still small and it should be increase

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by mbos: 10:22am On May 15
that is day pay for carpenters and brick layers in the east
Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by thatigboman: 10:24am On May 15
tommy589:
And Prof.Zulum won best governor of 2022. So his performance did not translate to better wages for the state workers
read. It's local govt workers not state govt workers
Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by thatigboman: 10:26am On May 15
kasim155:
This is not proper at all. 8k as minimum wage when some states are even paying like 35k to 40k and we are even saying it is still small and it should be increase
local govt not state workers
Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Elusive001: 10:30am On May 15
Dpharisee:

Stop talking about BBQGRILL opinion here, very soon he will call Zulum his Darling Daddy Uncle, that guy is the most annoying Nairalander for many years


I think he never knew what growing up with a father figure is and that informed his calling a character like bubu, darling daddy. He is very shameless. Thank GOD Almighty that Tinubu's regime has passed it judgement on his darling daddy's regime.

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Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by oz4real83(m): 10:31am On May 15
They will get 6k-8k now, the state govt will save some of the money to sponsor some of them to the holy land, while they will get the remaining minimum wage in paradise, after hunger has killed many of them shocked. This is why it is so easy for terrorist groups to recruit them embarassed embarassed
Re: Minimum Wage: Borno Workers Paid As Low As N6,000 To N8,000 by Elusive001: 10:32am On May 15
Kukutente23:
I remember some Zombies then campaigning for Zulum to be made VP to "Starboy"

Zombies are a set of brainwashed mugus useful only for media propaganda


Are you surprised? When I say that they are evil and demonic, some people will think that I am abusing them. They abhor this country. Sit back and take a look at the characters they have consistently supported over the years and judge for yourself.

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