On the setting of the public-sector minimum wage in Nigeria: breaking the deadlock and purging the system of ghost workers.


On the setting of the public-sector minimum wage in Nigeria:
breaking the deadlock and purging the system of ghost workers.

My explanation here (via The Nations News Paper):๐Ÿ‘‡

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