President Buhari on Friday met away from plain view with 36 state governors on the waiting difference among them and sorted out work on the proposed N30,000 national the lowest pay permitted by law.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) saw that a portion of the governors were spoken to by their appointee governors at the gathering which went on for around 30 minutes.
President Buhari, had on Nov.19, held comparable gathering with delegates of Nigerian Governors Forum at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, where a similar issue of national the lowest pay permitted by law was thought upon.
Delegates of the Governors discussion, who met with the president over the issue at that point, included governors of Zamfara, Lagos, Kaduna and Enugu, while the Minister of Labor and Employment, Chris Ngige was likewise in participation.
The Amal Pepple Tripartite Committee on the Review of National Minimum Wage, had on Nov. 6, presented its answer to President Buhari where it suggested N30,000 as the new national the lowest pay permitted by law.
While accepting the report, the president communicated his promise to guaranteeing the usage of another national the lowest pay permitted by law and swore to transmit an Executive Bill (on National Minimum Wage) to the National Assembly for its entry inside the most limited conceivable time.
Be that as it may, the 36 state governors had since communicated reservation over the proposed N30,000 new the lowest pay permitted by law by the Amal Pepple council, saying the state governments were not in a stable monetary position to pay the new the lowest pay permitted by law.
The Chairman of the Governors’ gathering and Governor of Zamfara, Alhaji Abdul’aziz Yari, had on Nov. 15, told newsmen toward the finish of a crisis meeting of the governors in Abuja that installment of N30, 000 wage was not practicable.