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May Day : Nigerian Workers Deserve Better Deal, APC Guber Aspirant

Cross River State APC Gubernatorial Aspirant, Rt. Hon. Paul Adah
Governorship aspirant of the All Progressive Congress in Cross River State, Rt. Hon. Paul Adah has said that workers across the country deserve better and improved welfare package.

Adah who stated this in his May Day message added that Nigerian workers were the most industrious in the world as such deserve better deal.

The gubernatorial aspirant who retired as a Director in the local government service commission said that the success or failure of any administration rest on the support or otherwise of the workers therefore every responsible government should ensure the welfare of workers is given top priority.

According to him "Nigerian workers are hardworking and very industrious. Being a former civil servant myself, I understand the sacrifices our workers make to move our dear state and nation forward thus, they deserve better deal from government".

While commending President Muhammadu Buhari for his efforts to set a new improved minimum wage, he pledged to make workers welfare his top priority if voted as Governor in 2019.

"Let me commend the President for his vision to improve workers welfare by setting a new improved minimum wage. This has shown that the President is compassionate and feel the plights of his people.

"My message to the workers today is that they should continue to do their best as their sacrifices will one day pay off.

"Also, I want to encourage them to support our course to rescue our state from the current maladministration. The struggle to rescue Cross River must be a collective one so that the issue of selective payment of salary can be addressed by a more responsible government.

"As a former civil servant, nobody will understand their plight more than me. If voted as Governor, their welfare will be my top priority because they deserve nothing but the best. They need to be encouraged and motivated to continue to do more for our dear state", he said.
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