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Oyetola reiterates commitment to workers’ welfare

Osun State Governor Gboyega Oyetola yesterday reiterated his administration’s commitment to workers’ welfare. He was speaking at the delegates’ conference of the Osun State Council…

Osun State Governor Gboyega Oyetola yesterday reiterated his administration’s commitment to workers’ welfare.

He was speaking at the delegates’ conference of the Osun State Council of the Nigerian Labour Congress in Osogbo, the state capital.

While declaring the conference open, Oyetola, represented by his Chief of Staff Dr Charles Akinola, said: “If, despite the crushing financial storm the state is experiencing as a result of the national financial meltdown, the relationship between the state and labour is still strong and intact as it is today, we can confidently say that the State of Osun Labour is a model in contemporary labour relations which emphasizes dialogue and constructive engagement over and above confrontation.

“I regard the character and nature of State of Osun Labour as a reflection and extension of the State’s Omoluabi ethos and I am proud of them.”

“On our part as an administration, we shall continue to strive to prioritize workers’ welfare, we shall be unrelenting in finding creative means of delivering good welfare to our workers within our limited resources. This administration is people and worker-oriented and we have a policy to deliver development and distribute resources equitably in all the sectors of the state.”

NLC chairman in the state Comrade Jacob  Adekomi expressed confidence in the ability of the governor to deliver dividends of democracy to the citizens.

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