Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 9th November - INFORMATION NIGERIA

Nigeria Breaking News Today Friday, November, 9 2018 | Naija News

However, Adesina said: “Those who have latched onto the concocted controversy to play cheap politics, we appeal to them to remember that elections are not won through loquaciousness, and trying to demean the President at every drop of a hat.

The Minimum Wage Conundrum — Leadership Newspaper

The Minimum Wage Conundrum A simple definition of the word “conundrum” means “confusing, difficult problem” and that is exactly what this minimum wage issue is. Confusing, because

President hasn’t mentioned minimum wage figure—Presidency - Vanguard News Nigeria

ABUJA—THE Presidency, yesterday, chided those accusing President Muhammadu Buhari of reneging on the N30,000 agreed on by the National Minimum Wage Tripartite Committee.

Don’t Delay Minimum Wage Bill, Labour Tells Buhari - THISDAYLIVE

Minimum wage: Buhari’ll follow due process – Presidency

In a statement by the Special Adviser to the President, the presidency said due process would be followed in the implementation of the new minimum wage.

Presidency faults report on new national minimum wage – Daily Trust

2019 poll: Buhari vows harsh verdict for Atiku - The Nation Nigeria

THE proposed N30,000 minimum wage seems to have become a campaign issue ahead of next year’s election.To the Presidency, the controversy over

Minimum wage: President never mentioned any figure –Femi Adesina Minimum wage: President never mentioned any figure –Femi Adesina

Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, has revealed that President Muhammadu Buhari didn

Minimum Wage: Presidency Clarifies Buhari’s Position Amid Controversy • Channels Television

The Presidency has clarified President Muhammadu Buhar’s position amid confusion over the minimum wage.

New minimum wage: Presidency reveals what Buhari has said about paying workers N30,000 - Daily Post Nigeria

Femi Adesina, spokesman to President Muhammadu Buhari, has said his principal did not endorse any figure as the new minimum wage. The tripartite committee