Don’t forget your promises, Organised Labour urges Akeredolu
Organised labour Unions in Ondo state have charged governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu to keep faith with his electioneering promises during his second term in office.
This is contained in a Congratulatory letter signed by the state Chairmen and Secretaries of NLC, TUC and JNC, Sunday Adeleye, Helen Odofin, Niyi Fabunmi; Omokehinde Shado, Tajudeen Balogun and Kehinde Olomiye respectively.
The labour Unions said workers were happy to support the reelection of Mr Akeredolu in view of his administration’s giant strides and regular payment of salaries.
The labour Unions urged the governor not to forget his promises for the civil servants who have driven very productively the engine of his administration’s policies.
The NLC, TUC and JNC leadership wish Mr Akeredolu more peaceful and developments plus a progressive civil service during his second term.
“With joy in our hearts and deep sense of gratitude to the Lord Almighty, the Organised Labour in Ondo State felicitate our dear Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu SAN on his re-election for a second term of office as the Executive Governor of the Sunshine State.
“Our avowed commitment and involvements in the processes leading to your eventual emergence on the historic date 10:10:2020 stemmed out of the sincere convictions and trust we have in your person. To us, you have proven to be a true father who cares for his children not minding whose ox is gored.
“Workers of the State Public/Civil Service have not had it so good and sweet in the area of salary payment, regular promotion, conducive working environment (especially, the new Revenue House), appointment of Head of government bureaucracies (i.e. Permanent Secretaries, Tutors General) and above all, the gift of Com. Oluwadare Aragbaiye to us as the Head of Service.
“These amongst others are reasons we preferred your candidature supported you and went round the 18 Local Governments, Ministries, Departments and Agencies preaching your good works as the reasons why you have to come back to continue the good works.
“Your Excellency, a new social contract has been signed, sealed and delivered arising from your announcement as the winner of the October 10 election. Our hopes have risen, expectations high and confidence in your ability to further deliver on our welfare needs renewed.
“As we therefore congratulate your Excellency on this TASTEFULLY SWEET victory, we charge your humble self to keep faith with your electoral promises to the people of the State and especially the civil servants who have driven very productively the engine of your policies to which you have won wide acclaim and applause.
“Our dear Governor, we wish you a second term of office filled with peace more and more developments plus a progressive civil service. Once again, congratulations your Excellency.