The Federal Government pledged for commitment to enhance workers’ welfare and prosperity among the citizens.
Chris Ngige, the minister for labour made this pledge in a statement signed by Mr. Samuel Olowookere, Director of Press in the ministry to mark the 2018 Workers’ Day celebration.
Ngige urged that workers to use the occasion to reminisce on the positive outcomes of the labour’s struggle for a better working conditions and decent work environment.
Our urge is to provide enough platform for all Nigerians to appreciate the state of the nation and the efforts of the government.
Our uttermost achievement in creating a favorable condition for job, security and improved attention on workers.
This is as well as the ongoing effort to give effect to a new national minimum wage easily bear out Federal Government’s commitment to the upliftment of the workforce.
This year’s celebration, therefore, gives an opportunity for a joint reflection on the contributions of the labour movement to national growth.
He made it known that the present administration places a lot of premium on the workers welfare. The transparency is for all Nigerians to appreciate the state of the nation and the efforts of the government.
He said the cardinal objective of the present administration was the revival of the economy; enhancement of the security of the nation and zero tolerance for corruption. “The Federal Government has so far covered a considerable millage notwithstanding teething challenges.