Textile workers congratulate Fayemi

The Union in a congratulatory letter signed by its National Secretary, Comrade Issa  Aremu, described Dr Fayemi’s victory as a recognition and appreciation of the achievements recorded during his first tenure as governor of the state.

The National Union of Textile Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria has congratulated Ekiti State Governor-Elect, Dr Kayode Fayemi, over his victory in last month’s governorship election in the state and pledged to work with him in moving the state to a greater height.
The Union in a congratulatory letter signed by its National Secretary, Comrade Issa  Aremu, described Dr Fayemi’s victory as a recognition and appreciation of the achievements recorded during his first tenure as governor of the state.
Specifically, the union said it was ready to partner with the in-coming administration in the areas of capacity building, productivity improvement and revival of industries, among others.
“On behalf of the National Executive Council of the union, I convey to Your Excellency the warmest greetings of the generality of our members”, Comrade Aremu stated in the letter.
The letter reads: “Kindly accept our congratulation on your deserved victory at the Ekiti State Governorship election held on Saturday July 14, 2018. Your victory is a clear indication of the recognition and appreciation of your land mark achievements during your first tenure as Governor of Ekiti State (2010 – 2014).
“The real victory goes to the good people of Ekiti State who notwithstanding intense partisan campaign, made wise choice in an election globally adjudged to be transparent, free and fair.
“We have no doubt that you will consolidate on the achievements of the past in making Ekiti State a peaceful and prosperous State.
“As a private sector union and affiliate of Nigeria Labour Congress and a critical stakeholder in the development of the state and the country in general, we pledge our support and cooperation in the great task of moving Ekiti State and Nigeria to a greater height through revival of industries, capacity building and productivity improvement.”

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