Gov Sule Urges Workers To Join In Enlighten People Against Spread Of COVID-19

Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa has enjoined Workers to join government in enlighten the people against Spread of Coronavirus in the state. In a message to Workers in Nasarawa state on 2020 Workers day celebration, Governor Sule said: “On behalf of the Government and people of Nasarawo State, I wish to join in solidarity with Workers all over the world, Nigeria and Nasarawa State in particular as we celebrate the 136th edition of the International Workers’ Day, 2020.””This is the very first Workers day of this administration, and unfortunately, this year’s Workers’ day cannot be celebrated with the usual fanfare and activities in view of the raging COVlD-19 pandemic. Instead, it would be observed low keyed due to the imperative to heed to medical advice to avoid crowding and maintain social distance. In that regard, I call on Workers to join in the enlightenment drive to stop the spread of the Coronovirus in the State”He stressed that government appreciates the understanding of Workers for obeying the directive to stay at home and other measures put in place to prevent the spread of the virus, including our inability to have the usual public May day celebration, saying “Indeed, there is no better opportunity to extol the strength and dedication of our Workers and their invaluable contributions to the prosperity and development of our dear State than now”. While cherishing the existing cordial and robust partnership this government have with Organised labour, Governor Sule further expressed his satisfaction with the atmosphere of industrial harmony and the promotion of peace and sustainable development State.”Accordingly, I wish to reiterate Government’s commitment to deliver on its mandate and promises to improve the welfare of our Workers and protect their rights” Governor Sule added

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