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Minimum Wage: Tinubu Unveils New “Allowance” Package for NYSC Members, Here’s What We Know

The federal government, led by President Bola Tinubu, has announced that National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members will benefit from the ongoing minimum wage negotiation if it is approved by the National Assembly...READ THE FULL ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE▶▶

The disclosure was made by the corps’ Director General, Brigadier General Y.D Ahmed, during a visit to the NYSC’s Ogun state orientation camp on Saturday, July 6.
The announcement stated that corps members will be included in the minimum wage agreement once it is approved.

According to reports, the Director General assured the corps members that they would be included in the minimum wage agreement.

During his visit, the Director General commended the 2,762 Batch ‘B’ Stream I corps members undergoing the three-week orientation course. He encouraged them to embrace the discipline and collectivism fostered by the camp’s regimented nature.

The Director General also cautioned corps members against posting unauthorized pictures of camp activities on social media, noting that three members had already been decamped for violating this rule. He further warned against taking unauthorized trips or journeys during their service year, emphasizing that the Scheme’s priority is the safe return of all corps members to their homes and families at the end of their service

The ongoing negotiations for a new minimum wage come after the removal of the fuel subsidy. However, government, labor, and the organized private sector are yet to reach an agreement on the minimum wage amount.

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