State Governments Still Battling With Implementation Of Minimum Wage Bill

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Obanor Chukwuwezam
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A cross-sectional examination across the borders of various states in Nigeria revealed that many of them are still battling with the difficulties of having to implement the minimum wage bill. While some states like Lagos, Edo, Delta, Cross Rivers and a few others have shown willingness to the new minimum wage; some of them indicating that they had already been paying close to the stipulated amount to their workers. There were however some other states that said they would have to retrench some of their workers or rely on the reallocation of revenue to fully implement the new minimum wage.

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