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[VERIFIED] CONPASS Salary Structure in Nigeria

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The Nigeria Civil Service (Check out the civil service commission salary) is the largest single public employer of labor in Africa, with a total workforce of about 15million and about 700 Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs).

The National Income and Wages Commission was set up in 1993 under the Office of the President after series of recommendations by panels set up to checkmate issues with salaries and wages in Nigeria. NSIWC is therefore charged by law to deal with all matters relating to income, wages, and salaries in Nigeria.

The Consolidated Paramilitary Salary Structure is the official salary structure for workers in the paramilitary agencies in Nigeria.

CONPASS SALARY STRUCTURE

The Consolidated Paramilitary Salary Structure (CONPASS), is the official salary scale for paramilitary bodies and institutions in Nigeria. The CONPASS salary structure is similar to that of the Police which is the Consolidated Police Salary Structure (CONPOSS). The lowest-paid worker under the CONPASS salary structure which is 01 Step 1 earns a monthly salary of about 25320 Naira monthly, and 303,669 annually. Below is the approved CONPASS salary scale.

GRADE LEVEL/STEPS MONTHLY SALARY (N) ANNUAL SALARY(N)
CONPASS 01 (Step 1 – 10) 46320 – 47565 410667 – 451057
CONPASS 02 (Step 1 – 10) 47654 – 45067 307567 – 451076
CONPASS 03 (Step 1 – 10) 48854 – 49553 322067 – 492748
CONPASS 04 (Step 1 – 10) 51645 – 55353 323856 – 508364
CONPASS 05 (Step 1 – 10) 54746 – 59756 324545 – 510380
CONPASS 06 (Step 1 – 10) 90456 – 98336 327048 – 521067
CONPASS 7 (Step 1 – 10) 110743 – 130293 382508 – 536278
CONPASS 08 (Step 1 – 10) 143023 – 151087 802745 – 851038
CONPASS 09 (Step 1 – 10) 151739 – 179050 902568 – 987523
CONPASS 10 (Step 1 – 10) 205673 – 223450 2456300 – 2109389
CONPASS 11 (Step 1 – 08) 220384 – 256749 2564739 – 2653738
CONPASS 12 (Step 1 – 08) 236578 – 268906 3122689 – 3245698
CONPASS 13 (Step 1 – 08) 307826 – 320897 3389087 – 4217890
CONPASS 14 (Step 1 – 7) 353238 – 378008 4307649 – 6098647
CONPASS 15 (Step 1 – 6) 425906 – 501657 4807688 – 6856550
     
CONPASS 16 (Step 1 – 6) 425906 – 501657 4807688 – 6856550

 

SOURCE: NATIONAL INCOME, WAGES, AND SALARIES COMMISSION

Paramilitary agencies in Nigeria

Although paramilitary agencies are not part of the mainstream armed forces (Army, Navy, Airforce) they function similarly. The paramilitary agencies work to ensure the maintenance of law and order within the country. In most cases, they can carry firearms, arrest and prosecute criminals. Below are the recognized paramilitary agencies in Nigeria.

  • The Nigerian Immigration Service
  • The Nigerian Custom Service
  • Federal Fire Service
  • National Drug Law Enforcement Agency
  • Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps
  • Nigerian Correctional Service

Fundamentals Terms About Salaries and Wages in Nigeria

Nominal wage: This is the actual amount of money that a worker is paid for a job done within a stipulated period. The nominal wage is paid without considering factors such as inflation.

Real Wage: This is the wage paid to a worker after adjusting the nominal wage to inflation.

Appropriate wage: This is the amount of money that should be paid to a worker to mitigate the effects of inflation and guarantee the value and stability of wages.

Related Questions

What is CONPASS?

CONPASS is the official salary scale for the paramilitaries in Nigeria. CONPASS stands for Consolidated Paramilitary Salary Structure.

What is the salary of level 4 in Nigeria?

A level 4 worker under the Consolidated Paramilitary Salary Structure (CONPASS) earns about 58,000 Naira per month and 696,000 Naira annually.

What is the Salary for level 8 in Nigeria?

A level 08 worker under the Consolidated Paramilitary Salary Structure earns about 125,000 Naira per month.

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