The Kwara State Government has assured the public that plans are in progress to implement the minimum wage as against claims that the negotiation talks ended in stalemate yesterday.
The government, while reacting to reports on social media, said the meeting ended on a peaceful note while affirming the administration’s commitment to fast-tracking the processes.
“In all honesty, the committee and the state government under the leadership of Mallam Abdulrahman AbdulRazaq are serious about the task ahead of it and I am glad to inform the public that the negotiation has reached a critical stage which will fast track the drafting and timely submission of our report as soon as possible,” a statement by Ayodeji Amasa, the Media Assistant to the State Commissioner for Finance and Planning explained.
She reassured civil servants of the Committee’s sincerity with the given mandate to work assiduously with all labour unions to ensure that no stone is left unturned.
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