After removing the subsidy, Governor Uzodinma raised the minimum salary to N40,000

Imo State’s minimum salary has been raised to N40,000 thanks to Governor Hope Uzodimma.

Uzodinma raised the minimum wage to help people cope with the financial hardships brought on by the elimination of the gasoline subsidy.

The governor made the announcement during a Saturday meeting with key stakeholders in Owerri.

He also declared free public transportation and healthcare, in addition to a N5 billion revolving loan for farmers.

Salary and salary increases for state employees are warranted immediately, as stated by Uzodinma. With this increase, the minimum salary will be N40,000 per year, subject to discretionary adjustments.

He reassured them that their wages would be enough to get them home and provide them with the necessities of life.

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