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Rufai Oladimeji
Lagos State University
100Level, Nigeria.
A former General Evangelist of the Christ
Apostolic Church, Prophet Samuel Abiara, has
asked the Federal Government to accede to the
N30,000 minimum wage demand of the
Nigeria Labour Congress.

The cleric urged the government to prevent
any strike action that could damage the
Abiara, who spoke in his New Year message,
said the government should give priority to the
masses in 2019.

He said, “I advise the Federal Government to
pay the minimum wage the Nigeria Labor
Congress demanded. The government must do
something reasonable about workers’ salaries.

They should not allow them to go on strike
because it will cripple the economy.
“Nigerian workers are demanding $87, which
is N30,000 only. What they are asking for is
not too much because the prices of things
have gone up, especially food items. The
wealthy and the poor buy things from the
same markets.”

On the 2019 elections, he warned political
leaders against hate speech, saying it could
destabilise the country.

He appealed to Nigerians to vote for
candidates of their choice without fear, saying
nobody should sell his vote“Do not listen to
prophecies of doom. The future of Nigeria is
bright and good and you will live to witness it.

This year, don’t spend your money alone; share
your food and other resources with the less
privileged. Don’t be lazy; work hard to achieve
your dreams,” he added.

Prophet Samuel Abiara:

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