The Senate #president of the 7th Assembly, Senator #David Mark, has sent a message of solidarity to the Nigerian #workers urging them to uphold the indomitable spirit and resilience that have propelled the nation to greatness.
In a press statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary Paul Mumeh, #Mark in the solidarity message to mark the workers’ day in Abuja , urged them to sustain the hands that produces the wealth of the nation just as he told employers of labour to reciprocate through improved welfare.
According to Mark, ” on this day as always , I salute the indomitable spirit of the Nigerian worker. I commend your resilience and steadfastness that have kept the nation alive.
” I am to remind you to always make productivity the cornerstone at all times. That way, you will be contributing to the survival of the nation .
“To this end, I earnestly request that we review our strategies and penchant or resort to industrial action at will. I am convinced that dialogue remains the best road map towards resolving any disagreement no matter how complicated.
” Resort to #strike action always carry far reaching political and economic consequences that unarguably retard growth.
” As a people, we must think otherwise in the interest of our nation. Development can only be achieved if labour and employers work along the same line.
” What ever we can do or contribute individually or collectively to make Nigeria a better place should as a matter of necessity be our goal and mission”.
He promised that the National Assembly will continue to legislate in a manner that would create enabling environment for workers to prosper.
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