Nigeria 'failing' to implement increased minimum wage

There has been a two-and-a-half year delay in implementing Nigeria's new, increased minimum wage.

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    People in Nigeria are protesting, demanding a better minimum wage.

    The federal government had agreed to nearly double the minimum wage - but some states claimed they could not afford to pay it.

    Nigerian workers have taken to the streets, threatening to launch a crippling strike if the new minimum wage is not implemented.

     

    Ahmed Idris has more.


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