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In a recent development, following revelations made to Minister of Labour and Employment, Nkiruka Onyejeocha, during PoliticsToday program on Channels TV regarding Nigeria’s minimum wage in comparison to top oil-producing countries in Africa, reactions have poured in on the X platform.

During the program, it was disclosed that Nigeria’s minimum wage stands in low compared to that of other major oil-producing nations on the continent.

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Responding to this revelation, users on the X platform expressed a range of opinions and concerns about the disparity.

Minister Onyejeocha’s appearance on PoliticsToday highlight the pressing issue of minimum wage in Nigeria and has brought debate about the country’s economic priorities.

Many users on the X platform urged the government to reassess its policies and ensure that Nigerian workers receive fair compensation for their labour.

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Below are some of the reactions:

The discussion on PoliticsToday and the later reactions on the X platform has brought calls for reform in Nigeria’s labour sector..…..See More

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