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May Day: Our Commitment To Workers’ Welfare More Fortified, Says Gov. Ugwuanyi

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May Day: Our Commitment To Workers’ Welfare More Fortified, Says Gov. Ugwuanyi 

Enugu State Governor and Governor-elect, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has reiterated his administration’s commitment to the welfare of workers of the state, stressing that the determination “has become even more fortified”.

Speaking at this year’s Workers Day celebration held at the Michael Okpara Square, Enugu, Gov. Ugwuanyi, who promised to ensure that Enugu State remains a model for peace and good governance, stated that his administration will continue to pay salaries and other emoluments as and when due.

The governor added that the state government “will continue to provide more conducive work conditions and to do all that is necessary to ensure that industrial harmony continues to prevail in Enugu State”.







They, therefore, lauded the governor for “regular payment of salaries to workers and teachers; regular payment of pensions to the pensioners in the state; offsetting 54% of the cost of the building to the beneficiaries of Elim Estate; ensuring that Local Government workers and pensioners are no more neglected, as over 12 months backlog of salaries and 6 years gratuity have been cleared and Local Government Pension Board empowered; payment of the 13th month salary to civil servants and extending same to parastatal workers in the service delivery points”.

Other achievements, according to the labour leaders, which gave them hope, include, “gradual payment of gratuity to state pensioners with N100 million being set aside monthly for batch payment, since May 2018; payment of CONHESS to JOHESU members in the state; ensuring that workers’ promotion and leave allowances are released as and when due; approving the biometric capturing of those who were not captured during the exercise; Biometric capture for 80 staff of ESWAMA absorbed into the civil service; grants to community leaders for the development of our rural areas; massive infrastructural development across the state, approval for the construction of road at the Enugu State Workers Estate, Ibagwa Nike, and improved security in the state”.



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