Insecurity: Nigerian elites including me are in danger — Minister of Labour
Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige has disclosed that he and other Nigerian elites are in danger.
The minister made this remark while cautioning employers of labour to provide good jobs for workers in the country or face severe consequences. Information Guides Nigeria
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As reported by Daily Post, he said this at a meeting with leaders of the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, IPMAN, and the National Pension Commission, PENCOM.
Ngige pleaded with employers of labour to look critically and make provisions for formal and regular jobs in the country.
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According to him: “So, the elites in Nigeria are in danger, including me and all of us. jamb results
“Hence, the sooner we start talking to elites in organisations like yours (IPMAN), the better. So, we can curb this malady and prevent it from escalating.
“When you refer to the nexus between job vulnerability and insecurity, you hit the nail on the head.
“A lot of insecurity problems we have today is caused by unemployment and underemployment.” he said.
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