JUST IN: Jubilation as Nigerian Governor Extends Wage Award Payments To Workers

Jubilation as Nigerian Governor Extends Wage Award Payments To Workers

Jubilation as Governor Extends Wage Payments To Workers

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Enugu state governor, Peter Ndubuisi Mbah said he will continue the payment of wage awards to state workers Mbah said the payment of wage awards until the committee on the new concludes its workThe governor said he would prioritise workers' welfare and create values that would help them to thrive

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Enugu state – Governor Peter Ndubuisi Mbah has vowed to continue the payment of wage awards to Enugu state workers until the committee on concludes its work.

Mbah said his government would prioritise workers' welfare and create values that would help them to thrive.

Governor Mbah says he will continue wage payments until new minimum wage is concluded
credit: Peter Ndubuisi Mbah
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He stated this during the Town Hall meeting with Enugu people at the Old Government House, Enugu on Saturday, March 23.

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As reported by Daily Trust, Mbah started the payments of the wage award of between N10,000 and N25,000 to state workers last December to cushion the effects of the fuel subsidy removal.

The governor said:

“Until the new minimum wage is concluded, we will continue to pay wage awards.”

Mbah disclosed that he has started clearing the arrears of pension and gratuity of retired civil servants he inherited from the previous administration, Premium Time reported.

“Today we are working seriously to clear that of primary teachers and Local Government workers.”

The governor also pledged to design a programme to ensure ' palliative and also sustain the Enugu state's Board.

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Meanwhile, Henzodaily.ng reported that Governor Dapo Abiodun-led government of Ogun commenced the payment of N10,000 cash award to 100,000 indigent primary and secondary school students in the state.

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The cash award is given to students in over 2, 000 public schools across the four divisions of the Gateway state.

The commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Professor Abayomi Arigbabu, said the cash award is Governor Abiodun's strategy to provide succour to parents amid economic in the country. Explaining how the students were selected, Arigbabu said the teachers and principals were given the burden of finding the indigent students as they are the closest to them.

Source: Henzodaily.ng

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