Friday, May 1, 2020

May Day Celebration: Activist Rex Anighoro Hails Nigerian Workers, Says Labour Partners In Progress.



....SSA Civic Engagement and Civil Society Commends Workers Support to nation building.


By Victor Bieni


ASABA - The Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Governor of Delta State on Civic Engagement and Civil Society, Activist Rex Anighoro has hailed Nigerian Workers, especially the Leadership and entire members  of Nigerian Labour Congress, Delta State Chapter on their dodgged Commitment to Nation building and sacrifices towards Socio-economic growth and development of the country.

The office of the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Civic Engagement and Civil Society, Activist Rex Anighoro stated this in a Press Statement made available to Newsmen in Asaba,  Delta State capital on May 1st, 2020 Commended the efforts of the Workers in Delta State, Nigeria and the rest of the World.

The World Distinguished Activist  stated further that Nigerian Labour Congress are partners in progress with the Civil Society Community in every aspects and sectors as the voice of the voiceless as well as  friends of the Citizens catalyst for societal growth and development.

He added that Civil Society Community in Delta state under his purview were  indeed glad to celebrate with Workers today being Workers day as major drivers of the economy, while restating partnership with Nigerian Workers thanked Delta Workers on their unflinching  support to Governor Ifeanyi
Okowa Administration towards the fulfilment of the stronger Delta Agenda mantra of this present regime.

 Activist Rex Anighoro hailed workers on the labour day celebration, noting that the labour unions are a part of the Civil Society just like Non Governmental Organizations, Faith Based Organizations and Community Based Organizations, stating he would soon begin to engagement tour all Civil Society related bodies in the State.

He called on the workers in the State to continue showing commitment to advancing the Stronger Delta Agenda of Governor Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa.

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