Wigs without welfare: Lawyers in Nigeria earn below minimum wage, and it isn’t unusual

SIX hundred and thirty naira (N630). This was the amount Andrew Bello, a Lagos-based lawyer, received in one of the months he worked for a law firm in Ikoyi. His total salary was supposed to be N20,000 per month, but his firm deducted N500 for each day he got to the office later than 8 … Continue reading Wigs without welfare: Lawyers in Nigeria earn below minimum wage, and it isn’t unusual