Poll Reveals Majority Of Nigerians Support Minimum Wage Increase To N100,000

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According to PREMIUM TIMES News, In a recent poll conducted by local media outlets, it was found that a majority of Nigerians are in favor of a minimum wage of over N100,000. The poll, which surveyed over 10,000 people, asked participants about their thoughts on the current minimum wage of N30,000 and whether they believed it was enough to cover their basic living expenses.

The results showed that 70% of those surveyed believed that the minimum wage of N30,000 was not sufficient to support themselves and their families. Many cited the rising cost of living, including the price of food, rent, and other basic necessities, as reasons for their dissatisfaction with the current wage.

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In fact, 85% of respondents stated that they would struggle to meet their daily expenses with the current minimum wage, with many having to take on multiple jobs or rely on family members for support. This has led to a growing discontent among the Nigerian population, with calls for an increase in the minimum wage becoming louder.

When asked about their desired minimum wage amount, the majority of respondents stated that it should be at least N100,000. Some even suggested a figure of N150,000, which they believe would allow them to afford a decent standard of living without struggling to make ends meet.

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The issue of the minimum wage has been a hot topic in Nigeria for years, with labor unions and workers’ rights activists pushing for an increase. This poll, however, highlights the urgency of the matter and the pressing need for the government to take action.

As Nigeria continues to face economic challenges, it is clear that the current minimum wage is simply not enough for its citizens to sustain themselves. It is crucial for the government to listen to the voices of its people and make changes to ensure that every Nigerian can live with dignity and financial stability.

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The results of this poll serve as a wake-up call for the government to take swift action towards increasing the minimum wage and improving the lives of its citizens. It is time for the voices of the people to be heard and for necessary steps to be taken towards a better future for all Nigerians……….See More

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