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Siasia promises Bayelsans N25, 000 minimum wage

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Siasia during his campaign rally in Yenogoa
Victor Ogunyinka
The Peoples Democratic Movement (PDM) governorship candidate
in the December 5 election in Bayelsa state, Moses Siasia, has promised to up
the minimum wage to N25, 000 if he emerges as the governor.
Siaisa made this known during the flag off of his campaign in
Yenogoa, the state capital. The 35-year-old businessman said that having
achieved so much in business, employing over 400 young Nigerian professionals
with 70 Bayelsans on his payroll; he was poised to turnaround the fortune of the
state.
“My administration will diversify the state’s economy
through agriculture and tourism to make Bayelsa an economic hub in the
South-South geo-political zone. I will increase workers’ minimum wage from
N18,000 to N25,000, while there would be prompt payment of gratuity to
pensioners.
“In achieving these two points agenda, we would also address
the key strategic sectors like quality health delivery by ensuring the health
sector earned the trust and respect of the people. We will partner with the
Federal government and other stakeholders in the improvement of electricity. We
would explore other sustainable sources of affordable energy. The rural areas
will no longer be thrown into darkness. We would introduce electronic badge system
for security,” he promised.

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