The newly elected chairman Nigeria Labour Congress,Abdullahi Adeka has promised better days for civil servants in the state, The Labour leader stated this in an interview with Journalist at the Labour House today.
Ahead of tomorrow’s worker’s day, He appealed to workforce in the state to be committed and steadfast in the discharge of their duty, Saying worker’s in the state deserved special package.
“our workers are committed civil servants compared to other states of the federal he emphasized”.
He opined that the NLC under him would ensure the implementation of the promotion and other benefits of workers in the state.
When asked about the disengagement of over 7000 workers at the at all the local government areas in the state by the present regime declined comment.
“However, reliable information revealed that due process were not followed in appointing the sacked workers”.
Comrade Adeka called on civil servants in the state to accord support to the current administration for optimum result.
Other challenges facing the new crop of NLC leaders include the non payment of two months salaries to staff of the Nasarawa state House of Assembly.