Minimum Wage : Osinbajo, govs in Nec meeting In 2009, he said that a memo was raised for the issuance and payment of N156 million to Claremont Management Services Account.
The Independent National Electoral Commission, INec, has released the final list of presidential candidates ahead of the forthcoming February elections.
Following the National Economic Council (Nec) meeting chaired by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, it was gathered that if agreed upon, the proposed wage would be taken care of as prescribed by the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC).
However, with the threat by the organised labour to shutdown the economy if the government refused to forward executive bill to the National Assembly on the N30,000 new minimum wage, the Federal Government summoned an emergency Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting on Tuesday but it was resolved at FEC that the matter should be tabled before the National Economic Council, Nec, for further deliberations.
IRENE - The African National Congress' (ANC) national executive committee (Nec) has met for the first time this year to discuss the 8 January statement and the party's election manifesto.
READ ALSO: Osinbajo, Govs hold Nec meeting over new minimum wage He said that without women participation in public discourse or the decision-making process, it would be difficult for the state to achieve sustainable development.
While ruling on the issue of waiver, the Court held that according to Article 31 of the APC Constitution, the person seeking waiver would write to his ward, adding that the said power of Nec to grant waiver was not automatic but must be based on fulfilment of certain conditions listed in article 31.
Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo is currently presiding over the National Economic Council (Nec) meeting at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The Governors were expected to deliberate on the new National Minimum Wage, before Thursday’s meeting of the National Economic Council (Nec).
READ ALSO: Minimum wage: FG to send proposal to Nec Thursday The judge said having looked at the application brought before her for the forfeiture of the sums, she saw no reason why Amosu, Gbadebo and Solomon Enterprises should not be ordered to permanently forfeit the money to the Federal Government.