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JUSUN Commends Buhari Assent To Minimum Wage Law

The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for assenting to the N30.000 National Minimum Wage law which was signed by two chambers of the National Assembly.
The union said with this, the president has shown that He is indeed for the masses as the N18.000 minimum wage can no longer sustain the Nigerian workers, considering the high cost of goods and services occasioned by the recent increment on the price of PMS.
National President of JUSUN, comrade Marwan Mustapha Adamu in a statement in Abuja Friday, also asked the president to move a step further by ensuring immediate implementation of the new law.
Comrade Marwan also urge all employers of labour, both private as well as state government should commence implementing the new law so that Nigeria workers who for long have been waiting for the new wage can enjoying the benefit of their struggle.
The union leader also uses this opportunity to congratulate all Christians in the country on the occasion of the celebration of Easter, and urge them to emulate the virtue of Jesus Christ.

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