Worker's Day: Tribute To Those Who Work, And Do So With Commitment Whether Being Paid, Underpaid or Unpaid - NANS - AMEBO NEWSPAPERS NG.


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Worker's Day: Tribute To Those Who Work, And Do So With Commitment Whether Being Paid, Underpaid or Unpaid - NANS

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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has commended Union workers across the nation for proving themselves as great allies of the government and catalyst of a progressive nation, adding that the support of the workers in the country is highly commendable.

The NANS National Deputy Senate President, Comrade Ekundina Elvis made this known in a statement made available to journalists in Abeokuta to  commemorate  the 2023 International Workers Day, jointly organised by the State Trade Union Congress and the NLC.

According to the Universal Deputy Senate President, the entire students body felicitate with the workers in the State on this year’s Workers’ Day Celebration. He added that workers have been very supportive and their immense contributions to the development of the nation is worthy of commendation.

He charged the coming government at all levels to prioritise the welfarism of the workers in governance as this will motivate commitments from all quarters and justify contributions left and right. He further opined that policies that will motivate them to put their best in their various fields of work should be introduced while ensuring the enactment of the existing ones.

The statements read in parts "Today is a tribute to those who work. Paid, underpaid, unpaid, part-time or full time, enthusiastic or not, you help make the world go round."

"Thank you for your hard work, dedication and direct contributions to our growth and and the realisation of our goals. It feels great to look back over the past years and see all we have achieved together as a nation with your relentless efforts and supports in togetherness."

"We also use the occasion to send tribute to the workers that have lost or sacrificed their lives or parts of their bodies in the process of working or rendering service to the nation for us to get a better nation."

"We humbly thank you for your continued service to the nation. Happy International Workers' Day to you all" Elvis concluded.

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