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Delta govt constitutes committee on minimum wage implementation 

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State Government has constituted a to work with organized labour towards implementing the new wage for the state public service

The Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Mr Chiedu Ebie, who inaugurated the on behalf of the State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, observed that the governor was passionate about the wellbeing of public servants in the state

According to the SSG, the governor had directed that discussion with labour should commence in earnest to fashion out a mutually agreeable scheme based on the new wage for the benefit of State workers.

Apart from the Secretary to the State Government who is the Chairman of the Committee other members included the Chief of Staff, Government House, Chief David Edevbie; State Head of Service, Mr Reginald Bayokomni; and Senior Policy Adviser to the Governor, Prof Sylvester Monye.

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Others were the Commissioner for Finance, Sir Fidelis Tilije; the Chief Economic Adviser Dr Kingsley Emu; Chairman Civil Service Commission, Dame Nkem Okwuofu; Chairman Local Government Bureau for Pensions, Mr Ben Igo and Permanent Secretary Office of the Secretary to , Mr Jerome Morkamni who is to serve as the Secretary to the Committee.

Meanwhile, the inaugural meeting of committee set up by State Executive Council to examine request by labour unions for payment of interest on accrued pensions liabilities took place Monday at the Office of the Senior Policy Adviser to the Governor.

According to the statement signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Mr Chiedu Ebie, the committee was expected, among other things, to examine the merits or otherwise of the request on accrued outstanding pension benefits, and advise on the cost implications.

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