The Chairman of the NLC, Comrade Kabiru Ado Minjibir, expressed his displeasure over their absence.
“It is unfortunate that no single government official was present today here including the Head of Service, but this will not stop us from doing the programme, he angrily said.
He condemned the state planned action to return to N18,000 minimum wage.
“Let me warn that we will not in any way accept Kano returning to the N18,000 minimum wage, we will fight any move towards that, and we have agreed with the government to let us know how much the state generates and what is there for workers.”
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