The Ondo state governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, on Wednesday, took time out to promise the workers in the state that his government will implement the new minimum wage of #30,000.
According to NAN, the Ondo state Governor stated this while speaking at the 12th State Delegates’ Conference of the Nigeria Labour Congress which took place in the state.
“This government is not against the new minimum wage and as soon as the process is completed and we are hopeful that there will be review of revenue allocation formular by the Federal Government”
“And more funds come to the state, immediately, we comply,”.
Governor Akeredolu was represented by the state service, Mr Toyin Akinkuotu.
He also stated that the 2017 leave bonus, owed by past administration, was just paid to workers in the state.
Akeredolu promised that the 2018 leave bonus would also be paid as soon as money was available.
He commended the relationship between the workers and the state Government.