Minimum Wage: Yobe Govt. Approves #30,000 Payment

As various states government in Nigeria continues to battle with the issue of the #30,000 new minimum wage implementation and consequential adjustment of level 7-17, the Yobe state Governor Mai Mala Buni has signed into law the payment of the new minimum wage.

The governor Thursday, made this known at the swearing-in and inauguration ceremony of the Secretary of State to the Yobe government Baba Mallam Wali, and seven permanent secretaries at the government house in Damaturu.

Remember Buni constituted an 11-man committee whose objective was to work out the modalities for the commencement of the #30,000 payment to the state’s civil servants.

Speaking, ngg.ng gathered that the governor said, his administration is “determined to revitalise the civil service through good remunerations and emoluments for better results.”

“As I am talking to you, we are ready to pay N30,000 minimum wage effective from January 2020,” he concluded by thanking the people of Yola for bestowing upon him the power and responsibility to serve them.

 

 

 

 

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