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TUC Wants FG To Pay More Attention To Workers’ Welfare, Security

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The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) in Bayelsa, has urged the federal and state governments to pay more attention to workers’ well-being and security in the efforts to build a stronger nation.

The state chairman of the congress, Mr Tari Dounana, made this disclosure to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Yenagoa.

He said that members were worried about the delay in the implementation of the new minimum wage already signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Yes, for the implementation, we believe that it started in April but we are yet to see it. We want the federal and state governments to pay serious attention to workers welfare.

“The government also needs to give more attention to the issue of insecurity that is currently ravaging the country.

“We, as citizens, must work together to overcome the security challenges because in togetherness, we can achieve a progressive Nigeria.

“The unity of the country can never be negotiated; we must hold the bond together to overcome every form of challenges that we are facing.

“Development cannot occur in an atmosphere of insecurity,” the chairman stated, even as he described workers as the ‘engine of the economy’ of any nation.

Dounana urged the federal government to fast-track efforts to implement the N30, 000 new minimum wage and stop gambling on the workers’ emotions.

“The average workers have patiently waited for too long, and some have even died in the process; though, the government says it is working to put the structures for the implementation in place.

“I am still urging the workers to be a bit more patient, let us still give the government some time, so that it can come out with a structure that will be acceptable to all,” Dounana said.

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Bayelsa, has urged the federal and state governments to pay more attention to workers’ well-being and security in the efforts to build a stronger nation.

The state chairman of the congress, Mr Tari Dounana, made this disclosure to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Yenagoa.

He said that members were worried about the delay in the implementation of the new minimum wage already signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Yes, for the implementation, we believe that it started in April but we are yet to see it. We want the federal and state governments to pay serious attention to workers welfare.

“The government also needs to give more attention to the issue of insecurity that is currently ravaging the country.

“We, as citizens, must work together to overcome the security challenges because in togetherness, we can achieve a progressive Nigeria.

“The unity of the country can never be negotiated; we must hold the bond together to overcome every form of challenges that we are facing.

“Development cannot occur in an atmosphere of insecurity,” the chairman stated, even as he described workers as the ‘engine of the economy’ of any nation.

Dounana urged the federal government to fast-track efforts to implement the N30, 000 new minimum wage and stop gambling on the workers’ emotions.

“The average workers have patiently waited for too long, and some have even died in the process; though, the government says it is working to put the structures for the implementation in place.

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Olaitan
You that is a good point I think our government should not take us for granted anymore

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My address is 104 Oba olugbense street offa
It's about time the federal government do something good

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Worker's new minimum salary needs to be practically implemented, Paperwork/no

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Oga abeg tell them cos our government have no priority o

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This country is really sad... No one truly cares

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In fact it is very important for federal government to pay more attention

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Joshua
May God forgive all of us in this country ooo

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The welfare of workers should be primary. This country doesn't value it's citizens.

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[ @Kimorarh143: ] It's about time the federal government do something good

kudos to d nigerian gover

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Yeah exactly. Keep updating

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Thanks for the information

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[ @Dollyphee02: ] The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) in Bayelsa, has urged the federal and state governments to pay more attention to workers’ well-being and security in the efforts to build a stronger nation.

The state chairman of the congress, Mr Tari Dounana, made this disclosure to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Yenagoa.

He said that members were worried about the delay in the implementation of the new minimum wage already signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Yes, for the implementation, we believe that it started in April but we are yet to see it. We want the federal and state governments to pay serious attention to workers welfare.

“The government also needs to give more attention to the issue of insecurity that is currently ravaging the country.

“We, as citizens, must work together to overcome the security challenges because in togetherness, we can achieve a progressive Nigeria.

“The unity of the country can never be negotiated; we must hold the bond together to overcome every form of challenges that we are facing.

“Development cannot occur in an atmosphere of insecurity,” the chairman stated, even as he described workers as the ‘engine of the economy’ of any nation.

Dounana urged the federal government to fast-track efforts to implement the N30, 000 new minimum wage and stop gambling on the workers’ emotions.

“The average workers have patiently waited for too long, and some have even died in the process; though, the government says it is working to put the structures for the implementation in place.

“I am still urging the workers to be a bit more patient, let us still give the government some time, so that it can come out with a structure that will be acceptable to all,” Dounana said.

good news

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Good welfare package and security motivates workers to put in their best

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[ @Dollyphee02: ] The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) in Bayelsa, has urged the federal and state governments to pay more attention to workers’ well-being and security in the efforts to build a stronger nation.

The state chairman of the congress, Mr Tari Dounana, made this disclosure to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Yenagoa.

He said that members were worried about the delay in the implementation of the new minimum wage already signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Yes, for the implementation, we believe that it started in April but we are yet to see it. We want the federal and state governments to pay serious attention to workers welfare.

“The government also needs to give more attention to the issue of insecurity that is currently ravaging the country.

“We, as citizens, must work together to overcome the security challenges because in togetherness, we can achieve a progressive Nigeria.

“The unity of the country can never be negotiated; we must hold the bond together to overcome every form of challenges that we are facing.

“Development cannot occur in an atmosphere of insecurity,” the chairman stated, even as he described workers as the ‘engine of the economy’ of any nation.

Dounana urged the federal government to fast-track efforts to implement the N30, 000 new minimum wage and stop gambling on the workers’ emotions.

“The average workers have patiently waited for too long, and some have even died in the process; though, the government says it is working to put the structures for the implementation in place.

“I am still urging the workers to be a bit more patient, let us still give the government some time, so that it can come out with a structure that will be acceptable to all,” Dounana said.

When the fat Brown envelope has passed to our leaders, they will the workers to exercise patience

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Urgent attention is needed

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It would have been of good help if the government act fast

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Self confident
Just maybe this will be answered.

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implementation of the new minimum wage already signed

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True,pay attention to the citizens at large too sha.....keep us updated

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That's very right!
Nice info

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am cool and nice
Nice one i really understand why government need to do something about young

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this country self he don too much

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Not only the federal government, state government is involved too

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The federal government should quickly answer her staff on the minimum wage issues. The whole thing is taking much time

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all is a necessity but educate the citizens on being security conscious

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the fg had been imploying lot of tactics to delay the pay.

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[ @Johnson: ] Bayelsa, has urged the federal and state governments to pay more attention to workers’ well-being and security in the efforts to build a stronger nation.

The state chairman of the congress, Mr Tari Dounana, made this disclosure to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Yenagoa.

He said that members were worried about the delay in the implementation of the new minimum wage already signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Yes, for the implementation, we believe that it started in April but we are yet to see it. We want the federal and state governments to pay serious attention to workers welfare.

“The government also needs to give more attention to the issue of insecurity that is currently ravaging the country.

“We, as citizens, must work together to overcome the security challenges because in togetherness, we can achieve a progressive Nigeria.

“The unity of the country can never be negotiated; we must hold the bond together to overcome every form of challenges that we are facing.

“Development cannot occur in an atmosphere of insecurity,” the chairman stated, even as he described workers as the ‘engine of the economy’ of any nation.

Dounana urged the federal government to fast-track efforts to implement the N30, 000 new minimum wage and stop gambling on the workers’ emotions.

“The average workers have patiently waited for too long, and some have even died in the process; though, the government says it is working to put the structures for the implementation in place.

is a good one because security are the main thing first

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TUC is right. Lots of FG interest has workers welfare and security sidelined.

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