The Federal Government on Wednesday increased moves to stop the proposed warning strike by the organised labour.
It resumed negotiation on the new national minimum wage.
The organised labour had announced its intention to commence a nationwide warning strike midnight to compel the federal government to implement a new national minimum wage.
Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige told State House correspondents that the Federal Government would on Wednesday resume negotiation with the organized labour on minimum wage.
According to him, there was a communication gap between them and the organised labour, hence the threat for the warning strike.
“Communication gap was discovered this morning. A breach in communication gap. They said they wrote a letter to me and the SGF but I didn’t see it,” he said.