Me and President Buhari are poorly paid compared to the work we do; VP Osinbajo says - MnTrendsNews

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Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Me and President Buhari are poorly paid compared to the work we do; VP Osinbajo says


According to The Nation, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said himself and President Buhari are poorly paid when compared to the job they do.

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said this when he spoke at the end-of-year seminar of the State House Press Corps at the old Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

He said he earns about N1.5m as Vice-President while President Buhari earns about N1.75 million and that the pay is not commensurate with the offices they occupy.

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VP Osinbajo also condemns the bad attitude of media power houses paying just little wages to their workers. He said
”I realised first of all that this (journalism) is not a profession from which one could make a decent living in the first place unless you find a really good way of doing so. But more importantly for me is that you are just on your own. Journalism as a profession is so wide open. There are a few reasons in my view why remuneration is poor. The first is that it is just simply cheating. There are owners of media that are just cheats. They just want to get something from nothing and that is not uncommon, it is a general malaise, it is not necessarily restricted to the media. It is also the same in the legal profession. There many lawyers if they tell you what they earn, you will certainly not want to be a lawyer. The private sector does not respect the minimum wage. Even if a minimum wage is set nationally, it is not necessarily respected by the private sector and this is something that should be factored in to the status of a company and whether a company is even complying with the requirements.”
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