The Head of Mission (Nig), Leadership & Accountability Initiative took to his Twitter handle to sham the strategy, especially the 30,000 monthly minimum wage.
Recall that the President had signed the increment of the minimum wage of an average Nigerian from 18,000 to 30,000 in 2020. He had also, through the Ministry of Labour and Employment, set up a Special Work Programme which aims to provide 774,000 jobs for Nigerian youths with a monthly pay of 20,000.
Henry Shield, however, feels the pays are too small, and has condemned the President. He wrote: “Buhari believes by paying people N30k a month, he’ll raise 100m citizens out of poverty. Kindergarten brain!”, he tweeted.