President Tinubu Applauds Nigerian Workers on May Day

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President Bola Tinubu has extended warm congratulations to Nigerian workers on the occasion of Workers’ Day, acknowledging their pivotal role in the nation’s progress and development.

In a statement released from the State House, President Tinubu praised the dedication and patriotism of Nigerian workers, recognizing their relentless efforts across various sectors. From clerical officers to security personnel, teachers, doctors, and beyond, the President commended workers for their contributions to sustaining the nation’s momentum.

President Tinubu Applauds Nigerian Workers on May Day
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    President Tinubu reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to enhancing the welfare of all workers, citing ongoing relief programs and imminent minimum wage reviews as evidence of this dedication. He emphasized the importance of fair wages and improved working conditions for the nation’s workforce, asserting that workers deserve not only recognition but also equitable compensation.

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    Assuring Nigerian workers of his unwavering support, President Tinubu pledged to continue prioritizing their welfare and providing necessary resources for their success. The President’s message concluded with warm wishes for a joyful May Day celebration to all Nigerian workers.

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