In an interview with TVC News from 6:58, legal practitioner and public affairs analyst, Daniel Bwala, urged realism in the ongoing labour union negotiations, citing the impracticality of meeting the union’s monthly wage demands.

Bwala argued that aggregating the National Assembly’s budget wouldn’t suffice to meet the labour union’s requests, emphasizing that purchases like National Assembly cars are not monthly expenses. He suggested that even paying labour ₦1 million monthly would be reasonable, but stressed the need for realism in negotiations.

In his words;

“Without making a case for them, all these areas that they are mentioning are not monthly. For Example, the National Assembly cars that people are talking about, do they buy car every month? If you aggregate all the money of the National Assembly put together, it may not be enough to quantify what would have been in volume, what the Labour Union are asking, which is going to be paid monthly. Let’s be realistic. If we have th funds in my view, even paying Labour one million per month is not bad, but the point is that you have to be realistic”….Sée Móre

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