Imo State Governor Hope Uzodimma raised the state’s minimum pay for employees to N40,000.
To lessen the pain from the withdrawal of the fuel subsidy, Uzodinma raised the minimum wage.
This information was revealed by the governor on Saturday in Owerri, the state capital, during a meeting with important stakeholders.
He also announced free transportation and healthcare, as well as a N5 billion revolving loan for farmers.
The salary and pay of state employees would be immediately reviewed in the upward direction, according to Uzodinma. This resolution increases the minimum salary to N40,000 with optional consequential changes.
At least your incomes would be sufficient to cover your basic needs so you could get by, he remarked, in addition to getting you home.
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