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10 Mar 2021
Public servants in Nigeria, where the monthly minimum wage is ₦30,000 – a figure currently less than $100 – are protesting the move by the National Assembly to remove the minimum wage act from the exclusive list. They also want some of the highest-paid elected officials in the world to prioritise the wellbeing of workers and cut down on wasteful spending.⁣
23 Sep 2017
NULGE meets with Anambra Governor over LG autonomy.
9 Sep 2017
NULGE members continue demand for autonomy.
29 Mar 2017
LG autonomy - NULGE holds rally In Lagos.

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