“Comrade Peter IBIMINA Thompson said ”The plight of Nigerian workers is very glaring for everyone to see. Coronavirus pandemic did lots of havoc to the living conditions of many workers. Many lost their loved ones; some lost their means of livelihoods. Those having jobs today are just managing as some have their salary slashed or some are still working from home. My sister the problem plenty but let me stop here.
Madam Rose Briggs said the plight of the workers in the state is majorly this issue of promotions and the new minimum Wage distribution. i am aware that the Tripartite committee are still meeting but let them conclude it so that we can know are fate, because rights now some people on the same Grade Level with me are receiving different amounts as additions to the Minimum wage adjustments, “Though some have jobs retained but they are not enjoying it, as most of them now have many mouths to feed. They are the only bread winners in their families. Level of income of average Nigerian workers has been rendered meaningless; the average worker is now having many extended families to cater for.
Mrs Joy Tonye Dappa “We expect the government to ensure that most jobs lost and factories shut down by the pandemic are brought back to life to enable people now roaming the streets or merely sitting at home to get tangible things to do through useful engagement in meaningful jobs. Giving room for people to earn salaries is the best solution to the current security situations facing the country.