Tosin Adeyanju Commends FG, NLC, TUC for Preventing Strike, Encourages Optimism

By Mohammed Bello Doka

In a recent development, prominent APC chieftain and convener of Tinubu Hangout, Mr. Tosin Adeyanju, has expressed his gratitude for the concerted efforts made by the government and the labour unions in averting a proposed strike that could have had dire consequences for the Nigerian populace, whom they both strive to protect.

In a statement issued to Abuja Network News, Adeyanju emphasized that this collaborative effort signifies the willingness of both parties to engage in constructive dialogue and reach a comprehensive agreement for the betterment of Nigeria and its citizens.

Furthermore, Adeyanju urged the labour unions to place their trust in the leadership of the Renewed Hope Administration of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, assuring them that the President is fully committed to providing a conducive working environment that caters to the needs and welfare of the Nigerian workforce.

Adeyanju also called upon all Nigerians to maintain a sense of optimism and hope, emphasizing that the collective efforts of the government and the labour unions have demonstrated their commitment to addressing the challenges facing the nation. He urged citizens to remain steadfast in their support for the government's initiatives, as they work towards building a prosperous and inclusive Nigeria.

The convener further highlighted the importance of unity and cooperation in achieving national development, urging Nigerians to set aside their differences and work together towards a common goal. He emphasized that by fostering a spirit of unity, the nation can overcome any obstacle and achieve sustainable progress.

In conclusion, Adeyanju commended the Federal Government, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) for their dedication and commitment in resolving the issues that led to the proposed strike. He expressed his optimism that this collaborative effort will pave the way for a more harmonious relationship between the government and the labour unions, ultimately benefiting the Nigerian people.

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