NLC likewise recognized the Senate for passing the bill into law, following the stride of the House of Representatives which had before passed the N30, 000 as new national the lowest pay permitted by law.
The Nigeria Governors Forum had before said that they won't most likely pay N30,000 as the lowest pay permitted by law, offering to pay N24,000 rather while President Muhammadu Buhari sent N27,000 to the National Assembly as the lowest pay permitted by law.
The two councils of the National Assembly set up uncommon adhoc boards of trustees headed by the Deputy Senate President for the Senate Committee and Deputy Speaker for the House of Representatives advisory group to lead formal proceeding and submit reports for thought.
Be that as it may, the House of Representatives promptly passed the bill into law before leaving on break for the 2019 general race, while the Senate passed the bill at its sitting on Tuesday.
Acting President of the NLC, Comrade Najeem Yasin said despite the fact that the bill has been passed by the two chambers, the fight for the lowest pay permitted by law was not yet finished, saying specialists won't rest until the bill is marked and actualized.
He said; "We praise the senate for the snappy section. In any case, it isn't yet over in light of the fact that we need them to ensure that the procedure gets to the obvious end result and for the speedy execution of that N30, 000. Nigerian laborers are glad and lauds them.
"We remain by the N75, 000 discipline for managers who neglect to execute the law which has been passed. We have been battling for this N30, 000 for quite a while and the governors have been against it. However at this point, it has been passed. Nigerian specialists are currently anticipating the marking of the bill into law.
"We need them to begin actualizing it before the May Day festivity so Nigerian laborers can have valid justifications to celebrate."