May Day: Obasa Salutes Nigerian Workers For Their Resilience, Urges More Support For Tinubu’s Regime

The Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Right Honourable Mudashiru Obasa, has urged Nigerian workers to key into the ‘Renewed Hope’ agenda of the incoming government of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Obasa also charged civil servants in Lagos to continue to support the three arms of the State government, which have remained purposeful and constantly catered for their welfare.

The Speaker gave the charge in a statement today by his Chief Press Secretary (CPS), Eromosele Ebhomele, congratulating Nigerian workers as they join their counterparts across the world to mark this year’s Workers Day.

The Lagos Speaker described Nigerian workers as passionate, resilient, goal-oriented and ready to do their best given the right environment and leadership.

“We truly need to congratulate workers in Nigeria for their passion to see that the country is a better place. The daily role played by each worker has a way of adding to the progress of the country. 

“It is noteworthy also that the average Nigerian worker is goal-oriented and would achieve given the right environment which we are optimistic that the administration of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is coming up with.

“As I commend workers in Nigeria for believing in the country and for their roles in the last election. I also urge them to renew their hopes and synergise same with the agenda of the incoming administration which begins few days from now. 

“This is our country; we are now in a rush to recreate a Nigeria of our collective dreams and I will urge workers to key into the activities of government for this to be achieved,” he said.

The Speaker thanked staff of the Lagos State House of Assembly for being focused and delivering effectively on their jobs just as he promised to always support them and make their welfare his priority.