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Atiku Laments Nigerian Workers’ Plight On May Day

Atiku Abubakar

Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has expressed solidarity with Nigerian workers, stating that they have never had it so bad due to government policies that neglect their welfare.

In a May Day message, Atiku noted that despite promises, the government has failed to improve workers’ conditions, with wage increments remaining a mirage.

He criticized the government’s handling of the petrol subsidy removal, which has led to hardships and frustration for Nigerians.

Atiku also condemned the increase in tariffs without addressing corruption and inefficiencies, saying it amounts to Nigerians subsidizing the system’s flaws.

He praised Nigerian workers for their historical role in fighting tyranny and bad governance, but lamented that this administration has trampled their rights like no other.

Atiku expressed sympathy for workers’ struggles and hoped that the government would prioritize their concerns, especially on this year’s Workers Day, which focuses on ensuring safety and health at work.

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