Nigeria has a government-mandated minimum wage. No worker in Nigeria can be paid less then this mandatory minimum rate of pay. Employers in Nigeria who fail to pay the Minimum Wage may be subject to punishment by the government of Nigeria.
The official National Minimum Wage Per month in Nigeria is NGN30,000.00 and it is based on monthly income with an average working period of 8 hours daily and 5 days weekly.
SALARY OF LEVEL 7 IN NIGERIA
Grade Level 7 civil servants are expected to earn between 126,386 NGN and 193,781 NGN, per month.
The annual equivalent of their salary is: 1,516,632 NGN — 2,325,372 NGN. Grade Level 8 is often the entry level for Bachelor’s degree holders.
Level 08 Salary for Members of Nigerian Civil Defense includes:
Within the civil department, the Nigerian Civil Defence is one of the interesting options you can choose. In fact, many Nigerians now prefer to be Civil Defence officers than playing a role in the Nigerian police force.
It is often said that officers in the Nigerian Civil Defence are trained by soldiers. With regard to this, Civil Defence officers command respect and are even regarded with the esteem that police officers hardly merit.
If you belong to step 1 of the grade level 08 within the Nigerian Civil Defence, you can expect to be rewarded with the monthly salary of #121, 000.
This is a considerable salary to earn as a Civil Defence officer. Above this, you can have the grace to be elevated to a top rank.
In case you’re determined to earn higher on a monthly basis, you have to show strong commitment in the hope that you may be promoted early enough. In short, higher ranks guarantee higher salaries.
LEVEL 08 SALARY OF NCC
Level 08 Salary for Those Working in NCC (Nigeria Communication Commissions) includes:
If you’re a civil servant or interested in working in the civil department, NCC is obviously one of the best places to work in. Members of NCC are one of the highest-paid civil servants in Nigeria.
Based on the height of your position, you can be rewarded with a monthly salary as high as #381, 000. This is really a considerable amount to earn as a civil servant. However, don’t think you can earn as big as this as a new member.
And if you’re just starting out, your monthly salary can be kept around #120, 000. Also noteworthy is that your status as a staff member must have been authenticated before you can have this.
LEVEL 08 SALARY OF NIGERIAN POLICE
As a level 8 police officer, your basic salary may vary per position and you are expected to earn a minimum of N128, 000 (for a step 1 level 8 staff). For a level 8 step 10 police officer (assistant superintendent), you can expect about N144, 000 per month.
Although many Nigerian citizens do not regard police officers in high esteem, the police service is obviously one of the high-paying professions in the civil department.
For the Nigerians who are inclined towards the administration of fairness and justice, the police service is surely one of the right places to be.
As we said earlier, level 08 salary may vary depending on your position. If for instance, you’re an assistant superintendent on step 1 of grade 8, you can be rewarded with the monthly salary of #128, 000. And if we are to calculate this on a yearly basis, you may have a total of #1, 536, 000.
If you’re an assistant superintendent on step 10 of grade 8, you can expect to be paid almost #144, 000 on a monthly basis. And on a yearly basis, this gives you a total of #1, 728, 000.
If you’re a staff member under the grade level 08, don’t be too eager to be paid high salaries but as you ascend to higher positions, you will be remunerated better.
Alongside the police service is the Nigerian army and too many Nigerian citizens, the Nigerian army is much preferable than the Nigerian police. If you belong to the grade level 08 in the Nigerian army, you can expect to be paid the monthly salary of #130, 000.
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