Stop $50 Minimum wage in Nigeria, Nigerians are dying in Poverty !

Stop $50 Minimum wage in Nigeria, Nigerians are dying in Poverty !

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Emmanuel egbogu cares started this petition to Nigerian Labor Congress and

*PROBLEM*

Do you know the Minimum wage in Nigeria is just $50? Among shortlisted and compared nations of the world, Nigeria ranks the lowest minimum wages since 2011 till date.

Do you know that Nigeria's low minimum wage is the reason their are children who can't attend good schools because their parents cannot afford it?

Do you know that Nigeria's low minimum wage is the reason some pregnant women die at child delivery here, because their husbands could not afford quality medication for them? 

Do you know that Nigeria's low minimum wage is the reason there is high increase in online fraudulent acts in Nigeria now than ever? 

People are suffering in Africa's biggest populated country! Join me and cry out to our Government to increase our Minimum wage to at least $100!

Below  is why we need this Signed:

*SOLUTION*

Increase in the minimum wage of Nigeria will enable families meet the growing needs of its members amidst the inflation of prices of goods and service in Nigerian now. Poverty is high in Nigeria, what can $50 Carter for an individual monthly not to say a family. This will enable United Nations achieve zero Hunger SDGS come 2030 in Nigeria. 

Increase in Nigeria minimum wage will enable individual's engage in businesses that will ignite communal development in rural and urban settlements. This will enable UNDP achieve her development projects in Nigeria. 

Increase in minimum wage will enable a child in Nigeria get adequate quality education and quality proper medication in equipped private and public hospitals. This will enable UN to achieve her SDGS on Quality health and safety of Environment. 

 

Please sign this petition and let's help curb poverty in Nigeria. 

 

 

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