He stated this on Friday when he spoke on TVC’s Breakfast, a television programme, in Lagos.
Moghalu had faulted Sowore’s proposal to pay Nigerian workers N100,000 minimum wage when he is elected as President, stating that “the minimum wage is not something to take a populist approach to; we should improve the minimum wage. A minimum wage of N18,000 is absolute nonsense, but let’s not come on air and make populist promises".
In his response to Moghalu's comment, Sowore wondered why a presidential candidate of his economic pedigree, having served at the World Bank, would not have definite plans on minimum wage for workers, 128 days to the elections.
He said: “If he hasn’t researched by now what the minimum wage should be, it shows that Kingsley is not prepared to rule Nigeria. We have done our research; it is out there on the Internet. I like Kingsley, but I’m surprised that Kingsley at this time does not understand what he needs to pay workers."
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