The Nigerian Labour Congress has temporarily crippled the activities of the National Assembly over the removal of the minimum wage from the exclusive list to the concurrent list.
The visibly angry under auspices of the Trade Union Congress and other bodies stormed the National Assembly this morning in their thousands to express their displeasure over a bill to remove the minimum wage from the exclusive list to the concurrent list.
The workers accused the state Governors of sponsoring the bill as means of avoiding the payment of the National minimum wage.
Presenting their petition to the leadership of the National Assembly, speaking on behalf of the organised Labour,President of the NLC comrade Ayuba Waba, threatened that the workers would embark on a nation wide strike, if their demands were not met.
As at the time of filing this report, the protest is still on-going.
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