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Nigerian workers demand better working conditions

By Guardian Exclusive
01 May 2017   |   5:51 am
As workers across the globe celebrate May Day, Nigerian workers are seeking better working conditions from both public and private employers. Raising the minimum wage is top on the list of most workers.

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