Regarding the payment of the new minimum wage, the Trade Union Congress (TUC) has disclosed that eight states were yet to start paying.
The TUC President, Quadri Olaleye, and Secretary General, Musa-Lawal Ozigi, made this known in a statement on Tuesday.
According to them, the union had written to the governors of the states and also discussed with them, stating that the situation was still the same.
The statement further confirmed that TUC and the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) will embark on a nationwide protest on September 28.
The union condemned the increment in electricity and petrol prices.
“Services are not rendered, yet we are compelled to pay estimated bills. You will recall that this government spoke a lot on subsidy and even promised to build refineries.
“We depend a lot on oil, so any hike in fuel price will automatically have adverse effects, but successive governments have consistently done that,” the leaders complained.