Tinubu: If You Cannot Pay Workers N350,000, Let Senators Take The N65,000 You Propose—Idris Abdulkareem

A Nigerian hip-hop artist and songwriter, Eedris Turayo Abdulkareem Ajenifuja, also known as Eedris Abdulkareem, has given his take on the minimum wage tussle.

According to reports, the labour unions are currently in a failed negotiation with the federal government over the minimum wages of Nigerian workers.

However, in a video posted by Sahara TV, Abdulkareem noted the current hardships in the economy and the hike in the prices of commodities.

He also maintained that if the federal government is unwilling to pay the sum of N350,000 to Nigerian workers, then senators and members of the House of Representatives should be paid the N65,000 proposed by the federal government.

Click on the link below to watch the video starting at the 8:08 minute mark.

According to the video, “If you cannot pay the workers N350,000, then let Senators and members of the House of Representatives take the N65,000 that you are proposing….See More 

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