Increase minimum wage to N100,000 instead of N8,000 palliatives – Primate Ayodele to Tinubu

April 13th, 2024 12:28 pm

Increase minimum wage to N100,000 instead of N8,000 palliatives – Primate Ayodele to Tinubu

Primate Elijah Ayodele, the head of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, recommended President Bola Tinubu on Friday to raise the minimum pay for employees to N100,000.

Instead of the proposed N8,000 palliatives to 12 million households that were announced yesterday, according to Primate Ayodele, such a move would soften the impact of subsidy reduction.

Primate Ayodele claimed that the N8,000 palliatives would only encourage corruption and would not benefit the needy poor masses in a statement that was signed by his media assistant, Osho Oluwatosin.

He claimed that due of political corruption, palliatives would not seriously affect the populace.

According to the man of God, the N8,000 palliative will be a complete waste of time since unscrupulous activities will taint the process and prevent it from working.

If the government truly has the interests of the people in mind, he claimed, the minimum salary should be raised to N100,000.

According to Primate Ayodele, a raise in the minimum wage will directly affect the populace.

Ayodele asserts that the minimum wage should be raised to N100,000 if the government is genuinely concerned about the welfare of the general populace.

“It will go a long way toward mitigating the effects of inflation and subsidy elimination. An raise in the minimum wage will directly affect the people more than the N8,000 palliative.

“The N8,000 palliative is corruption, I don’t see anything in the palliative, and it won’t help the poor masses,” the speaker said. Even though the President has signed it, it won’t have any effect. The governors will utilize it for their own personal gain. It won’t appeal to the poor at all.

The palliative is useless and a waste of time and effort; it cannot serve its intended purpose. It will not be a blessing to the majority.

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