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NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF NUP PROPOSES N100,000 AS NATIONAL MINIMUM FOR PENSIONERS                                                                            08-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                     The National President of Nigeria Union of Pensioners, Comrade Godwin Abumisi has proposed One hundred thousand naira as National Minimum Pension to the National Minimum Wage Review Committee to address the needs of their members.

He stated this at a Press Conference in Abuja.

Comrade Abumisi said the decision was necessitated by the economic hardship faced by pensioners in the Country.

Comrade Abumisi explained that reports obtained from pensioners in some states show that they receive less than N4000 monthly as Pension.

Comrade Abumisi also appealed to the Federal Government to include the Nigeria Union of Pensioners in the Tripartite Committee for Workers.

The National President said the Union would embark on protest if their concerns were not considered.

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