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The Nigerian worker has no social insurance, he pays for his healthcare, he has no house, no electricity, no public transport, no portable water and no personal security. Above all that, school proprietors, landlords and inflation are working tirelessly to make nonsense of his salary increase.

When he started backsliding to criminally break the law of the minimum wage by setting up a committee to make “consequential adjustments”, you did not even notice, perhaps you don’t even know he was committing impeachable criminal offense by attempting to change the provision of the law. He has no power to change, adjust, modify or amend in law whether consequentially or inconsequentially.