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We Will Run Open-door Policy, El-Rufai Promise Nigerian Workers

by on May 2, 2015
 

Kaduna State Governor-elect, Malam Nasir El-Rufai, has said that Nigerian workers would play key role in ensuring the desired change that the nation had been yearning for.
El-Rufai, in a statement marking Workers’ Day in Kaduna yesterday, said the country, more than ever needed the patriotic vigilance of the workers in upholding good governance.
He assured that his administration would run an open-door policy and would be conscious of the welfare and social security of workers in the state.
The statement which was signed by his spokesman, Mr. Samuel Aruwan said the new administration in the state would welcome collaboration and run a participatory government.
“I salute all workers in Kaduna State and felicitate with them over this year’s commemoration of Workers ‘Day.
“Workers in the public and private sectors contribute immensely to the development of our dear state.
“At this moment when Nigerians have just voted for change, workers will play a central role in making change real for our people. Our country more than ever needs their productivity on the shop floor, in business and in the public sector as well as their patriotic vigilance in upholding good governance.
“In addition, governments and business must reflect on how to build and strengthen human capital, create jobs and secure the welfare of workers even in an economy challenged by declining revenues and high debt levels.

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“We will run open-door policy, we will be listening government and will be conscious of their welfare and social security. We will welcome collaboration and run a participatory government. We will encourage and reward hard work, we will create enabling working environment that will help in discovering talents and opportunities” El-Rufai said.

Source: This Day

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