Committee Members Urged To Put Country First.

Committee Members Urged To Put Country First.

Chairman of the Tripartite Committee on National Minimum Wage, Bukar Aji, has urged members to approach the final stage of their assignment with honesty, patriotism, respect and accommodation in the national interest.

Aji, who made the call at the 4th plenary meeting of the committee, also stressed the need to move beyond emotional appeals and embrace rational thinking, considering the numerous competing demands from citizens.

He urged members of the committee to focus their minds on doing the right thing even when such a decision is difficult and goes against the committee’s position.

A statement issued on Wednesday by the Head of Press, National Salaries Incomes and Wages Commission, Emmanuel Njoku, said the committee chairman, a former Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, acknowledged the friendly, cordial, and informative nature of the assignment so far, expressing hope that the remaining work would be completed with a sense of responsibility and love for country.

He encouraged robust discussions, understanding and acceptable recommendations for a new National Minimum Wage.


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