In Kano, workers called for the immediate removal of the Minister of Labour and Employment, Ngige, by the president.
“The minister abandoned his responsibilities during the Tripartite Committee meeting with the NLC to travel abroad for a two-week holiday. And after his return he demanded for the committee to start work all over again,” Comrade Kiri Mohammed said, during a protest on the implementation of the minimum wage.
He also accused some state governors of sabotaging the planned implementation of the N30,000 new minimum wage in the country.
Commending the courage of Buhari for accepting the N30, 000 minimum wage, he called for the immediate submission of the tripartite committee’s report to the National Assembly.